Get Inspired: 19th Century Stockholm Apartment with a Modern Twist
The kitchen features Brown Dolomite stone countertops and a matching backsplash. It also covers the top of the cabinets for a clean look. On both ends, the walls feature off-white paneling to hide the refrigerator and even more storage.
The cabinets are made of dark teak wood—a rich contrast from the gray and blue colored Dolomite stone.
This Stockholm apartment is located on the waterfront boulevard known as Strandvägen. It has amazing water views on one side and incredible architecture on the other. The boulevard was founded in 1897 and is known as one of the most prestigious addresses to live in Stockholm.