This is the bedroom of a gorgeous 3-bedroom apartment in the Kungsladugård region of Gothenburg, Sweden.
The apartment complex was built in 1929, which explains its ‘Landshövdingehusen’ (‘governor’s house’) style. It also gives reason to suggest that the wood flooring may be original, sanded down to look new.
If that’s the case, it adds to the character of the apartment, but I have to admit that I’m not a fan of such gaps between the floor boards. Then again, that’s the modernist in me talking.
Either way, the apartment is available for an initial bid of 1.9 million Swedish kronor (€229,800 / US$282,700). Visit stadshem.se for more information on the apartment and its neighborhood, and even if your Swedish is a bit rusty, you’ll be able to see the seals who might become your new neighbors…!