4,000 Square Foot Swedish Villa By Thomas Eriksson And Magnus Dahl

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4,000 square feet, two levels, several lounge rooms, open kitchen, five bedrooms, three bedrooms and much inspiration. This would be the short description of this contemporary Swedish Villa completed in 2010 by architects Thomas Eriksson and Magnus Dahl.

There’s a main living room, very elegant, having a sleek fireplace and a leather lounge chair adding right next to it, perfect to enjoy the views offered through the floor to ceiling windows that surround the room. Another room is especially arranged for family time. It includes a built-in library and an office, while all the fun happens in the entertaining room, offering plenty of space for either play games, watch TV or even exercise, the white carpet on the floor offering all the comfort needed.

White is preserved for the kitchen as well, making it look very modern and appealing. But the modern approaches that we have seen until the kid’s bedroom change when we get inside this lovely, full of live and full of color space, inspiring positivity and inspiring a playful atmosphere.


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