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Stockholm House by Franson Wreland
By Freshome.com - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine on Dec 09, 2012
Renowned architects Franson Wreland are behind this cozy and tasteful villa design with a total surface of 294 square meters.
Located in Stockholm, Sweden, the residence (discovered on Skeppsholmen) accommodates seven rooms and was specially developed for a large family.
The wooden exterior, surrounded in turn by a beautiful garden, is not very revealing. That is why, once inside, a potential visitor is likely to feel overwhelmed by the imposing layout and overall design.
The double-height living room is framed by floor-to-ceiling windows that open onto the sheltered garden and cozy patio.
The simplicity and nobility of Swedish design are present throughout, creating a home filled with character. White walls enhance the feeling of space, while splashes of color have been carefully "dropped" here and there to liven up the rooms.
The second floor is introduced by a lovely bookcase and by a comfortable reading space. Enjoy the virtual tour below and tell us what you think!
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