Corner layout (windows on two walls), as well as high 4.3 m ceilings and an open plan – all this made the interiors of this loft in Stockholm literally bathed in daylight. In the building itself there used to be a leather factory and the industrial past in the new home is well felt in open communications and steel beams. On the other hand, the light Scandinavian decor and colors here soften the space and make it more cozy and comfortable for a family living. Great mix!
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