Design Crush: Contemporary Home in Stockholm

I may have mentioned that Ajay and I are looking to move. We’re staying here in New York, although we do daydream of moving abroad for a few years. That’s not happening in the near future but it doesn’t stop me from looking at homes in other countries and imagining a wonderful life there! I found this contemporary home in Stockholm that I absolutely adore. It’s so different from our NYC apartments. There is so much more space, it’s an actual home and there is grass! Aside from that, the interior is lovely as well.

Design Crush: Contemporary Home in Stockholm

I’m a fan of an open living and kitchen plan. Some may find it hard to design around, as there are no clear definitions of space. But I love the open feeling, and if decorated correctly the space can actually appear larger than it is. In this home, the large windows help the space feel enormous.

Design Crush: Contemporary Home in Stockholm

The first floor of this home is decorated in neutrals, matching the architecture of the home. The mid-century furniture is stylish but also quite minimal which allows the architecture to shine.

Design Crush: Contemporary Home in Stockholm

Because of the neutral furniture and finishings the blue stairs come as a big surprise. When looking at the first floor you believe you know what the entire home will look like, but these stairs throw you off your game a bit.

Design Crush: Contemporary Home in Stockholm

The blue is carried into the mezzanine level as an accent color, and into the bedroom as the main event. I adore the rich teal color paired with the Abigail Edwards wallpaper.

Design Crush: Contemporary Home in Stockholm

I’d love to spend some time in this detailed Stockholm house. What are you crushing on this week?

{cia Living ETC, photography by Paul Massey}

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