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Romantic White Loft With Huge Windows In Sweden

Thu, Jul 14, 2011 | Luxury home designs

This poetic loft is located in Stockholm, Sweden. It’s so romantic! Huge windows make it full of light, white color make the space wider and bigger, candles, first flowers and thin light furniture give the loft its charm. Some of the things were bought at a flea market in Brooklyn; the others are from famous designers. I think exactly this mixture gives...Continue Reading...


Amazing Stockholm Loft With 16 Feet Ceilings

This amazing loft is located on the top floor of a very attractive building on one of the most desired addresses in Stockholm. The building was built in 1885 so the 300 square meter loft features 16 feet ceilings. Besides the loft exposures in all four directions and is blasted in sun from glorious windows. The living space features only exclusive and high...Continue Reading...


A Serene Loft with a Studio in All Shades of Creme

Sat, Mar 27, 2010 | Home design

This loft belongs to Johanne Riss, a fashion designer who lives in Paris. It isn’t just the place to live but also the place to work. The loft had been a artist’s studio before Johanne bought it. Thanks to that not many changes was done. Doors were removed and the space was paint in a variety shades of creme and white. With the original lights...Continue Reading...


Amazing Modern Loft Design in NY – Kimball Loft

This full floor & roof space were renovated to create one large loft space. Large Living room, kitchen & dining areas, office, two separate bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, sauna, and dressing rooms are all perfectly integrated. Using flush door panels and clerestory glass, the design allows the entire arched ceiling to be visible and allows...Continue Reading...


Roof Top Loft Design in Berlin – Loft Gleimstrasse by GRAFT

Wed, May 20, 2009 | Unusual house designs

Loft Gleimstrasse is the transformed room of a typical 19th-century building into “unfolded cocoon for an open mind”. Most rooms like kitchen, living room and bedroom are designed with openness in mind while storage areas, beds, sofas, closets and staircases are hidden in a sculptural wall construction. The kitchen is carved of a single block...Continue Reading...


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