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    A Turn of the Century Apartment in Malmö

    This turn-of-the-century apartment is located in Malmö, Sweden.
    It covers an area of 1,120 square feet, and has an abundance of windows and natural light.
    It is currently for sale for $430,000.




















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    Quite a nice amount of space for an older place. I like it. Wish it had more color but I could fix that in about 10 minutes.
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    Fewer pieces of white furniture and it would be perfect.
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    it's really cute. those godawful black kitchen stools have to go though.
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    Adorable apartment, I'd junk all the framed writing (I HATE that shit, who wants to be ordered around by their art choices?) The kitchen is PERFECT, except where is the hood fan? Finally, a Scandinavian interior that doesn't like like an IKEA advert.
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    I hate what they've done with the place. Nice bones, though.
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    I like it but it's in Malmö.
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    What is this white ikea obsession everyone seems to have in decorating lately? I love the moldings though.

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    I'd definitely butch it up with some darker pieces of furniture and accessories.
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    It may not look like an ikea ad, but I see ikea pieces in there like crazy. Frankly I like ikea and rely on it more than ever in the past, but it is an onslaught of generic in my life.

    ffs even the large canvas of NYC featuring the flatiron building is a 100-buck ikea jobbie.
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