Look At Those Stairs!

July 17, 2012

I’m really digging this studio in Stockholm. It’s so earthy and modern and clean. Everything is so carefully thought out.  Would you believe me if I told you that it was 495 square feet? Oh yeah. This space was designed by the modern magician himself, Jimmy Schonning, and it’s jam-packed with detail. Every nook and cranny was planned to be functional AND beautiful. Just wait until you see the concrete stairs. I die a little every time I look at them.

Is it a reading corner or a bed? Oh, it’s both. It’s both.

These concrete stairs are my favorite part. They lead up to the sleeping loft and are so beautifully white. I maybe want to marry them.

The kitchen would be my second favorite. White is amazing, isn’t it? And don’t you love the concrete floors? There isn’t a whole lot of counter space, but you wouldn’t know it because everything is so organized.

When can I move in?

photos: Per Magnus Persson via 1kindesign

6 thoughts on “Look At Those Stairs!

  1. Meagan Briggs

    The Mom in me is yelling, WHAT ABOUT KIDS WALKING UP THOSE STAIRS!?
    The love of design in me is saying…the color of those walls with the cement stairs are making me drool.
    And the I am a future wife of an attorney is saying, LAWSUIT LAWSUIT! when it comes to the stairs.

    I dreaaaaaam of having a white kitchen! Gorgeous. Gorgeous!! and that little nook bedroom looks sooo cozy!

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    1. Lexy Post author

      bahahaha! You are killing me! I’m going to be a bad mom; I never thought of kids falling off the stairs! I love the little white kitchen too. And I am crazy about the concrete floors.

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    1. Lexy Post author

      Emily! I know! It’s just the prettiest place I ever did see. Every detail is more lovely than the last!

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  2. Freya

    I love apartments like this. I’m a pretty tidy person but I think if I had a place like this, I would never want to touch anything because it all looks so great!

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