This small apartment manages to make up for its size through the use of a great interior planning and it is ideal as a temporary home for students or even for a couple since it is located in a central area of Gothenburg, Sweden.
The apartment spreads over 40 square meters which are organized with an open floor plan with a hallway at the entrance containing a lot of storage facilities and leading to the main room with a sliding door wardrobe and dressing room. The color palette is predominantly white with wooden panels that give the interior a rustic ambiance.
The apartment continues with a kitchen and a family room filled with natural light through the large windows and the white furniture and cabinets of the kitchen are contrasted by a dark gray table surface and gray tiles.
The living area extends to a French balcony and the bathroom is quite large as well since it also hosts a laundry area.