In fact, this house is a luxurious villa from 1930. All these years, the building was carefully preserved – they monitored the utilities and conducted timely maintenance and repairs.
Today there are apartments with a spacious living room and a wonderful terrace. Their cost $560.000. Yes, only a few can afford such accommodation, but it’s always interesting to see how the space inside such houses is organized.
And here, by the way, there are many ideas that you can take note of and adapt to your financial capabilities. After all, the main thing is observation, inspiration, and a desire to improve your own home.
This is how the villa looks from the outside. It is located in a small Swedish town.
The house is indeed located by the pier. It’s only a few minutes’ walk to get there.
And now let’s take a tour of the villa. The kitchen and dining area. Of course, you can admire the layout, panoramic windows, but I really liked the details. For example, the twin flowers on the windows, creating symmetry. Or the linen tablecloth on the table. Or soft armchairs with cushions and a blanket instead of chairs… So much harmony!
A corner in the kitchen. There are recipe books on the shelves.
The living room is very bright due to the huge windows. Elegant and without unnecessary distracting details.
A view of the living room from another angle.
This is one of the largest rooms in the house. On the right, there’s another sitting area – a table with chairs and a bookshelf.
On the walls in the living room there are two paintings done in the same technique. It certainly looks much more beautiful than the posters and prints that are often found in Scandinavian interiors.
An original patterned stove preserved from ancient times.
This is the house, but the rooms here are small, except for the living and dining rooms. For example, this is what the master bedroom looks like.
All bedrooms have identical storage spaces for clothes and bed linen.
There are several bathrooms and utility rooms for laundry in the house, but they are compact and very modest.
That’s the terrace. Simple, but so incredible. A true place of rest and relaxation for one person.
And here you can relax with the whole family or with guests. How do you like the house? Share your opinion.”
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