Lofty Living: Stockholm Bedroom
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In a 495-square-foot attic in the Söder neighborhood of Stockholm, interior designer Jimmy Schönning—a local celebrity for his role in the Swedish TV shows "Finally at Home" and "Styling Emergency"—has carved out a sweet and stylish home. His diminutive studio is chockablock with creative storage solutions (built-in closets; a washer and drier hidden under a workbench in the bathroom) and loads of personality. We especially love how cozy and efficient Schönning's bedroom is: tucked into the eaves of the building and accessible from a stunning concrete stair set against an inky black wall.
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