An architect’s colourful apartment in Stockholm

Posted on Tue, 12 Jun 2018 by KiM

The Stockholm apartment of architect Daniel Heckscher of Note Design Studio demonstrates quite dramatically the power of paint. Formerly a white box in an ugly building from 1988, he brought in a lot of creativity, which included some help from his 2 young children who must absolutely love spending time here. It is such a vibrant and whimsical home, and quite amazing when you think of how it can be transformed into something completely different with just a couple more cans of paint!

atma says:

Oh, I like this! Not all the whimsical colourful ones resonate with me, but this one really works. Hard to tell if the paint is done with a kind of ombre fade or it that’s just the light. Thanks for all the good and varied posts!

Peggy says:

I am smitten. I’d love to move in. This home skillfully shows that color can be used in a modern environment. Then even though the colors are bright, overall the feeling is rather minimal. I’m planning to do an accent wall in my home and I am highly influenced by this wonderful space. So good to see color, I’m so bored of all the neutral spaces we’ve been seeing for several years.

Lorraine says:

I love the tiled walls and I especially love the PINK tiled walls in the entryway. Big smile! Color!

Robert says:

What a gorgeous space! I love how he integrated art in with the variety of colors he used. I want to live here!

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