For sale – Viewing pleasure

I love surfing Swedish real estate agents’ websites

Relax. It’s weekend! And OMG, these are some perfect pictures. I fell head over heels in love with these Swedish houses below. I love surfing Swedish real estate agents’ websites so much. Don’t you just love these interiors below?

What is it with looking inside other people’s houses? I can actually spend hours looking at houses for sale (especially the ones way beyond my budget). Some of them can be very inspiring and you can hit upon ideas for your living room, bedroom, hall, kitchen, balcony. First I only stayed on Dutch websites, but now I’ve extended my obsession abroad. For example the Swedish real estate website Alvhem Brokerage & Interiors has some beautiful houses for sale. What’s so special about this real estate agent? They have their own shop, filled with beautiful, carefully selected furniture and home furnishing. And they are also on Instagram and Pinterest!

Here are 5 stunning houses…

House 1 – Kungshojdsgatan 9, Kungshojd (Stockholm)

House 1 - Outside view

House 1 - Living & Bedroom

House 1 - Study

House 1 - Bedroom

House 2 – Nordenskioldsgatan 30 B, Linestaden (Stockholm)

House 2 - Balcony

House 2 - Living room

House 2 - Living room

House 3 – Sodra Hamngatan 5, Inom Vallgraven (Stockholm)

House3 - Balcony

House 3 - Living room

house 3 - Dining room

House 3 - Walking closet

House 4 – Paradisgatan 25 L, Gamla Masthugget

Houe 4 - Garden

House 4 - Living Room

House 4 - Hall

House 4 - Bedroom

House 5 – Linnégatan 54, Linnéstaden

House 5 - Living room

House 5 - Study

House 5 - Kitchen

House 5 - Bedroom

House 5 - Hall

Check out Swedish real estate Alvhem Brokerage & Interior for more amazing houses. Thinking about buying a house in Sweden? Maybe here you’ll find the house of your dreams and certainly a lot of inspiration!

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  1. Petra wrote:

    Wow, love that worldmap at the wall :-) and the white wooden floor.

  2. Kelli wrote:

    Wow, these are gorgeous! Suddenly my tiny studio in Paris feels awfully bleak…

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