The more unusual the past of the premises, the more interesting is its present – this principle works great for homes in reconstructed non-residential buildings, which we often see in the Western countries. For example, this bright apartment appeared on the site of a former 17th-century brewery in Stockholm, and due to its excellent characteristics, it is a very interesting residential facility. High vaulted ceilings, a gorgeous huge industrial window, and a spacious private inner garden – the owners can only be envied!
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About Author:Anna Pufik is the founder and creative mind at pufikhomes.com blog. Anna specializes in interior design, together with her husband Sergiy they head the PH Studio design firm. She loves Scandinavian style and sophisticated timeless interiors. Follow Anna on Instagram.
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