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A very minimalistic and trendy home in Stockholm

Architects and designers Claesson Koivisto Rune were in charge of a very inspiring project in Stockholm. The brief they received from the owners was about ecological materials, meticulous details and a flowing distribution. The look&feel is frankly distinctive, almost sacred with some surprising design elements.

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Stockholm home white and yellow gold kitchen

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Stockholm home  bath

White and gold is my favorite color combo this summer; what do you think about the kitchen color/material combo? One can’t avoid thinking about its functionality but it looks fantastic. Don’t you think?


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9 Responses

    1. I am wondering if they ever cook in there too. I do believe some people live like that and actually enjoy a very minimalistic environment, my place certainly looks a bit more ‘casual’.x

  1. White and gold is definitely a beautiful combination. This home is almost like a work of art – a little too minimalistic for me but really interesting with their surprising features. Love that bathroom wall. Mel xx

  2. I love this home, I’m a big fan of minimalism, but a husband and two children mean living that way wouldn’t be realistic for me, instead I get to admire it in other peoples houses instead. Enjoy the rest of your weekend x

  3. Beautiful home Gudy! I’m absolutely adoring the thick plank wooden floors and the tiles in the bathroom is such a cool feature. That bath tub looks like bliss. Have a great week my friend and looking forward to seeing you in London soon ! x

  4. This house in Stockholm embodies tranquility. Its minimalist design, use of natural elements, and serene ambiance create a peaceful retreat. It’s a beautiful example of how architecture can harmonize with nature.

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