STREAMLINED ATTIC APARTMENT
We invite you for a full tour of the influencer and entrepreneur Johnny Edlind’s central Stockholm apartment.
The building which originates from 1926 is located in Vasastaden, a vibrant part of central Stockholm. The attic apartment spans over two floors and is characterised by vast ceiling heights, open plan and clever use of space. The refined industrial vibe is skilfully disciplined in a subtle, elegant manner, giving the atmosphere a timeless character.
Dark wooden floors and light grey walls are complimented by solid metal hardware in SMOKED BRONZE.
Sleek kitchen cabinets, matching the wall colour and allowing for our SMOKED BRONZE HARDWARE to pop. Drawers and cabinets feature T-BARS, PULL BARS / PLATE and CLOSET BAR for a dynamic yet unison impression.
EXHAUST spotlights provide working light above the kitchen counter. The choice of finish GRAPHITE / BURNT STEEL is particularly clever, as the graphite synchronises with the streamlined interior while the burnt steel provides a visual edge; a classic interior design trick where unexpected features are used to transcend atmospheres from ordinary to extraordinary.
The calm bedroom is unmistakably in harmony with the overall atmosphere through the uninterrupted flow of materials and colours. Reflecting the kitchen design, the bedroom cupboards have also been decked with SMOKED BRONZE hardware, here placed in a regular vertical manner to emphasise order and consistency. A HOOKED 3.0 finish GRAPHITE / SMOKED BRONZE in combination with HOOKED WALL provide lighting while stylistically corresponding with the hardware.
The minimalistic, monochrome bathroom incorporates a shower space where crittall walls provide necessary partition while still enabling a sense of space through the transparent partitions. The PULL BARS in smoked bronze fitted on the drawers, act as the subtle bond which gently but unmistakably ties the bathroom to the overall refined style of this apartment.