Even though I now have the tiny, perfect apartment of my dreams, I haven't stopped being fascinated with other people's tiny, perfect apartments. And I'm particularly drawn to this apartment in Stockholm, which despite measuring only 193 square feet manages to be everything you want an apartment to be: airy, stylish, cozy, comfortable.
The apartment's layout is fairly simple: the kitchen and bathroom are grouped around the door when you walk in, with a loft above, accessed by a (very steep) staircase. (But hey, at least there's a staircase — although I might add in a handrail, too, to make it a little less terrifying.) The living room rises to the apartment's full height, which gives this small apartment the spacious feel of a much larger home.
There's also quite a bit of storage, for such a small apartment: underneath the scary stairs, and in a closet at the corner of the living room. The bottom stair turns into a console running along one side of the living room, with even more storage underneath.
Upstairs, in the loft, a little table, mounted to the railing, does the job of a nightstand. And in the kitchen, a counter-height fridge and apartment-sized sink and stovetop mean there's plenty of counter space, while a mirrored backsplash visually enlarges the space. The overall feel is one of elegance and minimalism — lots of style, in a very little package.
To see more photos of this apartment, check out the listing at Fantastic Frank.