Attic Studio In Stockholm Gives Light Using Dark Shades Of Color

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If every inch of space is used wisely, any 495 square feet house can look impeccably, without the feeling that everything’s too crowded or not stylish at all. The attic studio in Stockholm presented in the photos below shows lots of creativity and no fear in using dark colors, for a more dramatic impact. You’d think black walls contrasting the white ones in the living room or in the bathroom would make the place look smaller.

Well, it’s not and it’s even felt an intimate atmosphere created by the fireplace or the interesting lighting. Up to the concrete staircase there’s a heavenly sleeping loft with a big photograph behind the bed, that’s actually taken by Jimmy Schonning, a sort of celebrity designer in Sweden. The reading corner downstairs can be easily transformed into an extra bed, so guests are always welcome.

The dark colors are warmed up by the light tones we see in the furniture, carpets and the atmosphere makes you feel like at home, as the studio is full of personal stuff, put on shelves and other storage solution. For example, the washer and the drier are hidden very well under the workbench in bathroom and the built-in-closets save lot of space, too.

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