Situated in Bromma, west Stockholm, this beautiful cosy apartment of 80 square meters is occupied by a couple with two kids. Every inch of the place has a personal story, starting with the artwork that can be found all over the apartment and ending with a personalized footprint right at the door. The yellow brick villa from the early 1960s shelters the cosy rooms in which the family finds time to come together and enjoy the balanced interiors. The couple kept the old doors and parquet flooring and decided to salvage what they can from the former residence and renovate according to their taste and style. Found on Skonahem, the apartment conveys a feeling of a well maintained and moderately patinated modernism. Combining vintage elements and modern accents, the residence ended up looking like a very personal space. The blinds in the bedroom have lines from the movie Annie Hall and dark coloured walls complement the staircase, creating an artistic filter for the decorating elements.