This home in Stockholm, Sweden was definitely one to share. Formerly of the Salvation Army, the building was once a parish hall. It was completely renovated with the original structure in mind and all the special features have been preserved. These include the red double doors that open to the dining area, an original 1930s emblem and a black Nestor Martin stove.
There are four bedrooms and two bathrooms plus a detached guest house with varnished pine floors and whitewashed walls with a green-painted accent wall. Such a clean, effortless feel to this house. There is a lovely balance of wood and textiles and it’s furnished with such wonderful details. I’ll take it.