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Balkong Sovrum Vasastan  Fantastic Frank

Veckans utvalda / Selected interiors #8

Balkong Sovrum Vasastan Fantastic Frank


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Cool place for reading, sun, and breeze

Cool place for reading, sun, and breeze

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On Facebook. In Vasastan, Stockholm, Sweden. Photo by Jenny Hertzman.

On Facebook. In Vasastan, Stockholm, Sweden. Photo by Jenny Hertzman.

Linen and white walls bedroom

Linen and white walls bedroom

Maples Fretwork Area Rug : Target Mobile

Maples Fretwork Area Rug : Target Mobile

curtains for bifold doors - Google Search

curtains for bifold doors - Google Search

Track lighting and walls sconces brighten the corridor with floating bookshelves

Scandinavian Home Decor Mixed With a Minimalist Use of Wood in Warsaw

Track lighting and walls sconces brighten the corridor with floating bookshelves

Hängedeko Vasen http://pomponetti.blogspot.de/2015/02/ein-bisschen-osterdeko.html

Hängedeko Vasen http://pomponetti.blogspot.de/2015/02/ein-bisschen-osterdeko.html

Stockholm: T-Centralen Station  In the 1950s, artists Vera Nilsson and Siri Derkert were the first in Sweden to suggest that art be integrated into the new subway system. Today more than 140 artists are represented in 90 stations, in both permanent and temporary exhibitions. Architecturally speaking, every station is a work of art, but the giant blue chasm of the Blue Line section of T-Centralen, created in the 1970s, is a subterranean standout.

World's Most Beautiful Subway Stations

Stockholm: T-Centralen Station In the 1950s, artists Vera Nilsson and Siri Derkert were the first in Sweden to suggest that art be integrated into the new subway system. Today more than 140 artists are represented in 90 stations, in both permanent and temporary exhibitions. Architecturally speaking, every station is a work of art, but the giant blue chasm of the Blue Line section of T-Centralen, created in the 1970s, is a subterranean standout.

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