Designers Dimitar Karanikolov and Venete Nikolova have created a unique apartment project in the capital of Bulgaria in so popular loft style. And the beauty of this home is in the details. There is a big number on the wall (as if it was a stylish facade of some ultramodern new building), light bulbs (energy-saving!), a bicycle, as if accidentally left on a corner, and a lot of metal (walls of the color of lead, a lot of metal furniture and accessories). Even a fireplace here does not look like an element designed to create coziness, but as an additional source of light and heat. Purely utilitarian function. The loft turned out to be light, dynamic, conducive to an active worldview. A real loft for lovers of urbanization!
About Author:Anna Renard is lead author and design admirer. Anna loves bold, interesting and eclectic interiors.
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