This bright, simple and clean two-room apartment is situated on a quiet street in central Nørrebro. The apartment is well suited for one or two people.
The apartment has a living room with kitchen, a large bedroom, a small bathroom (the kind typical for Copenhagen) and a south-west facing balcony with sun from noon till evening.
It is simple, but it has all the necessities needed. The apartment is furnished with a mix of classic Danish and Scandinavian design and vintage finds.
The apartment is typical in size and shape for the city and neighborhood, but has been transformed (by me) to have a more open plan than originally. What was previously three small rooms - entrance, kitchen and a room - is now joined in one open space opening up onto a large balcony. Sun fills the space from noon to evening. The space has a kitchen with the basic necessities for cooking, a dining table and a corner with a sofa and an armchair.
The bedroom has a bed (OBS! 120 cmx200 cm), a desk, books and a large shelving system to store and hang clothes. The bedroom is facing east towards the quiet street, with sunlight from early morning.
The bathroom is small - typical for these types of Copenhagen apartments - but functional. It has a shower.
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