I love to look at small apartments and see all the clever small space ideas the owners have come up with. In this small loft in Sweden there are definitely some smart storage ideas. In the kitchen the microwave is hidden in the bar table and the stairs to the loft bed have plenty of storage underneath (including a spot for the washingmachine). Besides the small space ideas I love this apartment for its warmth and unique design. The beautiful wooden floor and rustic elements such as the wooden kitchen and exposed brick wall give the little home such a cozy atmosphere. And as a finishing touch the apartment is filled with plants, so lovely!
I love it when old buildings are getting a new life. This former school building in Amsterdam has been transformed into apartments and on the top floor is this wonderful loft. I love how you can still see the old structure of the building with the exposed beams. It’s a very playful and unique home in Amsterdam.
A 19th-century factory that hasn’t been brutally ‘renovated’ isn’t something you come across easily in New York. However this 1400 square foot loft apartment in TriBeCa hadn’t been touched in the last 50 years and still featured many original details. Søren Rose Studio designed this apartment were they created the perfect balance between New York architecture and Scandinavian minimalism. Stunning!
An industrial shipyard welding hall has been transformed by Nyréns Arkitektkontor into modern light-filled loft apartments. The gorgeous large industrial windows are the focal point of the apartment. These windows flood the loft with plenty of natural light in the living space and the loft bedroom. The living space is compact but decorated very cozy in neutral colors and a lot of plants. The loft bedroom is also decorated in grey colors and has a lovely view through the large windows. I’m not only in love with the decor of the loft but I also like the architecture of this complex very much. From the front it looks like a big box but the courtyard gives a very playful and cozy atmosphere. A conversion done well by Nyréns!