How about a little trip to Bratislava in order to witness ourselves the magical transformation of a not so inspiring one bedroom apartment to a lively, comfortable mini loft? Thanks to demolishing walls and completely removing the bathroom, a new floor plan was able to be designed, creating a cool tiny living space of no more than 44 square meters. Continue reading →
Lofts and open space apartments are gaining more and more attention, becoming favorite among interior design lovers and artistic people. Here is a stunning example, located in Hungary’s capital city, Budapest. It unfolds in 200sqm and in case you are dreaming of owning and living in such a space, it can be yours with an exchange of €600.000, all furniture included. Continue reading →
I always say that the most beautifully satisfying rooms have a statement piece – a piece that pulls them out of the every day ordinary. Of course a statement piece cannot hide a multitude of sins so a strong foundation is always required. That’s exactly where Vuong Interior Design began in the creation of this Barcelona loft. Daylight floods in to the kitchen through new skylights and plants and sun light wash in from the patio and entice you outside. The oiled oak floors are sun-kissed bronze in color and display their personality next to the pure white walls. Continue reading →
I’m completely smitten by the charm and style of Sweden. Crisp white uncluttered spaces are tucked under romantic roof lines and windows are added where ever humanly possible. These are all true here in this bright and airy three bedroom loft in the central district of Stockholm. Continue reading →
The size of this space isn’t its only dreamy quality. David Berridge Architects crafted a creative and flexible two level studio/home from this 5,500 square foot former union hall in Brooklyn, New York. Continue reading →
Some times I shudder at the word “bohemian.” Mostly because I see it as a heavy mix of patterns, colors, textures, beads, fringes and all those things that when combined frazzle my crisp sensibilities. So I’m calling this spontaneous yet finely tuned interior luxe bohemian. Continue reading →
An old wooden house situated in the beautiful Polish countryside, just 30 min outside Warsaw, is the place where graphic designer Asia and her husband, alongside their fury family, reside and call home since about 4 years now.
The space has a loft like, open living character, divided in two levels. The main level hosts the living room, dining & cooking area all communicating with one another. The only walls and door belong to the bathroom on this level. On the second floor, a bedroom, a working area and a private bathroom are all reached via the narrow but extremely beautiful and charming white staircase. I totally fell for the detail of the added wooden stool as an easy way up the first stairs, which are somehow higher elevated. Continue reading →
Spaces with an abundance of natural light are every stylist’s and interior photographer’s dream. For super talented Swedish interior designer Lanna Lagerman and photographer Philip Karlberg creating these styled series in the beyond gorgeous loft space you see here was a dream come true. Continue reading →
Small houses usually play an important role in childrens games – an imitation of life is turned into a small scale! The project that I’m about to show you contrasts with the conventional design of interior spaces.
‘A Cabin in a Loft’ testifies an alternative and innovative solution for living in Brooklyn. Rather than divide this tiny loft with walls, the architect developed an original concept: a house within another house! Confused? Let me explain… Continue reading →
It must be every interior design and architecture oriented person’s dream to once manage to convert a former industrial place into a comfortable living space.
Yes? Certainly yes. The are transformations and transformations, renovations and renovations, make overs and make overs. The exquisite work of Roxane Beis doesn’t fall in these categories. It stands out with the more effortless and natural way. It’s like a fairy of interior architecture and good taste sprinkled with her magic wand above the ex print shop located at Passage Diew in Paris, measuring about 170 sq. meters. Continue reading →