Stunning industrial loft in a former factory in Beacon, New York

In this American loft, everything is fair: real converted old factory, original exposed brick walls with all the asperity and roughness, open pipes and lots of open space. Against such gorgeous industrial background, modern furniture and gold details look very contrasting and bold. This is loft in its best way!

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Spacious life in old factory building in Stockholm

The living room in this modern apartment in Stockholm resembles an auditorium – the ceiling height of more than 4 meters, open space and large windows are provoking such thoughts. Since new housing built nowadays usually do not have such characteristics, it’s easy to guess that the loft is located in a former industrial building, or to be more exact – an old factory. The designer task was to create a feeling of a life in one of the New York skyscrapers. Great project!

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Small apartment with cool black kitchen (40 sqm)

4.5 meters high ceiling and huge windows – this is what this Stockholm apartment inherited from the old research institute, which once was located in this building. And Swedish designers recently added to the interior an awesome kitchen of black color, and also arranged a mezzanine bedroom. Now it’s a stylish apartment with the New York feel, which is perfect for a single living or for a young couple. Wonderful!

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Apartment with huge window in Stockholm (52 sqm)

This apartment in the port area of Stockholm would have been an ordinary Scandinavian apartment, if not a huge window on the whole wall in the living room. In addition to its main purpose to saturate the pace with natural light, the window also performs a stylistic role: the home has acquired the features of a New York loft and a stylish expressive accent for the interior. In the rest, everything is laconic, but with a taste – pastel accents, minimum furniture and maximum comfort. Enjoy!

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High ceilings and mezzanine romm in Stockholm apartment

Apartments with a ceiling height of 4 meters and above are very rare nowadays as this type of architecture is not common in new apartment buildings. But in Stockholm, a city with rich historical architecture, you can still find such living spaces. This apartment is located in a 1989 house and the ceilings here have a height of 4.5 meters, which gave the owners extra space. Beautiful natural lighting, mezzanine room, stylish design – these are the main features of this beautiful home. Let’s have a look!

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Bright apartment with five-meter ceilings in Stockholm (84 sqm)

Thanks to almost five meter high ceilings and huge windows on two walls, pleasant daylight penetrates into every corner of this wonderful Swedish apartment. Its unusual architecture was inherited by the school that was situated in this building many years ago, and the house itself was built in the distant 1850. The apartment plan is an open space with a bedroom on the mezzanine level, the interior feels airy and fresh. Enjoy!

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Small two-bedroom apartment with high ceilings in white (41 sqm)

This small Swedish apartment of 41 sqm simply bathes in natural light: high ceilings and large windows, all-white interiors, glass partitions separating the bedrooms. Only the floor here is dark in color, all other design elements are made either in white or in light tones. If the ceilings are so high, then why not make a mezzanine bedroom – the Scandinavians often use this technique. Very light and compact city living!

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Natural materials and open space: contamporary home with a view on Mallorca

Isn’t it just an ideal holiday home! The villa has a form of a large cube where one of the walls is made entirely of glass – to take the most out of its incredible location right on the beach on the island of Mallorca. The house has only one bedroom one on the mezzanine level, all the rest space is given to a huge living room with a fireplace, and a small kitchen with a dining area. Light interiors simply breathe nature: wood, stone, natural textiles – such a great example of modern eco-design!

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Stunning minimalist loft in Kyiv, Ukraine, by Slava Balbek

As we know, the best lofts in Kiev usually go to Slava Balbek, and he knows exactly what to do with them. Today we have a new project by this talented designer – a large apartment on the top floor in one of the city skyscrapers. In decoration you can easily recognize the signature industrial style of the designer, where which concrete surfaces, open space and simple but stylish minimal furniture predominate. Amazing modern home!

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Apartment with wooden ceiling and mezzanine floor in Lyon, France

Before the renovation it was a large open space, but interesting zoning and some architectural solutions made this Lyon apartment very unusual and cool. The mezzanine floor with two bedrooms and study was installed which now can be accessed from the living room. A guest bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom are located just under mezzanine floor, and the living room has double height ceiling. The decoration and finishing are just awesome: magnificent beamed wooden ceiling, fragments of a stone wall, as well as cool retro details. Such a wonderful apartment!

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