Address:Gröna gången 1, Box 1616
INSPIRATIONAL URBAN OASIS
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Boutique Hotel Skeppsholmen is a fabulously contemporary styled, waterside retreat just across the bridge from the designer studios and buzz of downtown Stockholm.
Aged, heritage barracks harking back to 1699, host a modern designer Swedish concept that draws on the contemporary spectrum complete with bespoke modernist pieces, arty installations and exposed historic eye catchers – an urban oasis.
Island life is shared with maritime bustle, the 3 Museums; Modern Art, Swedish Architecture and Far Eastern Antiquities, and locals who seek solace on this cultural corner of Stockholm life.
Interiors (Claesson Kolvisto Rune) languish the seas with relaxing hues of sea moss, laced aqua, milky whites and eggshell blues that capture a fog inspired pixel setting the opaque scene. Clever lighting creates an atmosphere of intimacy but with the freshness and clarity of the waters that surrounds.
A chic hotel that is fresh, voguish and enchanting - so cosy Swedish.
Our trendy little number just offside of downtown Stockholm, the little design oasis Hotel Skeppsholmen serves up those silver darlings, the Herring, in a fresh way that takes the traditional and marries it with the modern.MORE
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For the first time ever works by Pablo Picasso and Marcel Duchamp are being displayed together at Stockholm's Moderna Museet, giving visitors the opportunity to mediate the battle between two of the most influential artists of the 20th century.MORE
Meander through the historic cobblestone streets of Stockholm's Old Town and you'll soon discover Lena M Sweden – a traditional Swedish handicrafts shop that doubles as the design studio of its charming owner, Lena Karlsson. Quietly resting just beyond scores of stores hawking tired postcards, plastic flags and endless Viking paraphernalia, Lena M Sweden certainly stands out from the crowd.MORE