All posts with tag:mezzanine

Good designers always take into account the history of a space when renovating an interior. So happened in this case – the design of Stockholm apartment turned out to be bright and colorful, because in the past, this space was used as a bakery, which gave joy and pleasant emotions to all visitors. The yellow…

This duplex in Goteborg is reminiscent of an artist studio in terms of space configuration – we have already seen similar creative apartments in Paris and other cities of old Europe. The double-height sloping wall, which is made up almost entirely of windows, provides plenty of natural light and a truly unique ambiance to the…

On this blog, we often publish dark-toned interiors, and all the time we are trying to prove that we should not be afraid at all of dramatic shades in design. Even small spaces in this palette can look beautiful and spectacular – just look at this charming small apartment with a mezzanine in Stockholm. Despite…

This attic apartment in the Comfort Town complex in Kyiv can be classified as smart – a small area and competent use of space are the cornerstones of design here. The space has the main advantages of attic housing – sloping ceilings and high walls, thanks to which it was possible to create a mezzanine…

As we remember, the most interesting and unique living spaces are born on the site of former industrial premises, and today our story is about such housing. An old factory building on the island of Amager in Copenhagen has recently been converted into an apartment complex with impressive features. Ceilings of unrealistic height, huge floor-to-ceiling…

Industrial concrete beams, an English-style sofa, French vintage pieces and Scandinavian wallpaper – completely different styles and eras are mixed in this extraordinary home in Sweden. In addition, the space is very unusual – there are three mezzanines in the apartment: one in the living room and two in the children’s rooms. Speaking of kids…

Designer Aimee Wertepny has managed to make her Chicago loft not only stylish but also authentic and different with boho details. The owner painted the brick walls of her industrial space white to set a sober yet classy black and white base for the unusual decor. Furniture on thin metal legs, live plants in pots…

This attic apartment in Goteborg is full of all sorts of secret corners and functional areas in unexpected places. So, in the master bedroom, there is a seemingly ordinary library here. But in fact, this is a disguised dressing room, at the top of which the designers were able to create a study corner. But…

Designer Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs converted her small old shed into a cozy bungalow that can now be used as a guest house or a quiet oasis. The home is miniature in every sense, but the owner was able to squeeze the maximum out of it and design several functional areas in it, including…