This apartment is about 100 meters squared, despite its rather large appearance. It is located in one of the urban areas of Gothenburg, Sweden which is well known for its picturesque wooden houses and touches of 19th century styling. The apartment is situated on the third floor of a building constructed in 1905, and the interior design reflects this. The style of this apartment is very eclectic, yet light and fresh. The white walls in the living room really help to open out the space; while the minimal, yet classically styled furniture helps to give the room some much needed floor space. The kitchen is a gorgeously fresh and inviting room with some rustic furniture and modern finishes, with the real feature being the fireplace in the corner of the room! The kitchen also leads out onto a small terrace which is flooded with beautiful warm sunlight every morning.