The undoubted advantage of the former industrial premises is high ceilings and an abundance of “air”. In the 21st century, this space in Amsterdam successfully transformed from industrial to residential. You won’t surprise anyone with the loft style and brick walls, but here you should pay tribute to the interior designer: he did a great job with space and volumes. The apartment has one big space, where the kitchen, dining room and living room are integrated into a single area of the first floor. The same is at the top: the walls and doorways flow into the stairs, and that in turn in the shelves above the bed and the bed itself. And what is most surprising is that the bath-like bathroom is an extension of the wall, and it also has its own window. A very interesting space that embodies the traditions and modern look at the interior design.
About Author:Maria is the lead author at pufikhomes.com. She finished faculty of journalism and art school, works in the field of PR and has a special passion for cozy interiors. Warm and soulful interiors where the life is felt are really close to her.
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