I am a big fan of Lofts. The idea that all rooms in a house are situated in one space gives me a satisfying feeling. Being in the bathroom, kitchen and bedroom all at the same time kind of just makes sense to me. I always take my breakfast with me to the bathroom when doing my make-up in the morning, I drink tea wherever I want, which results in finding used mugs and glasses everywhere around the house all the time haha. I change seats while watching a movie all the time just because and the doors to every other rooms are always open. Conclusion, I don’t like small, closed-off spaces. I much more appreciate airy, light spaces and a home should for sure be a place where you’re most comfortable right?
I’ve dedicated this post to show you the most beautiful Loft apartments I’ve came across while browsing the internet and use as inspiration, that reflect my future project or/and just to dream away by. Enjoy!
So happy with my tiny cactusses and little plants I’m growing.
Meet our pets Patrick and Kevin. For sure the easiest dogs you can get yourself.
Never enough plants in the house! Meet our indoor garden we made on some old stairs my grandpa used for painting in houses back in the days.
I have my own corner in the livingroom to DIY and remake my clothing with these retro Pfaff I got from an auntie.
I guess it was about time I should share some photo’s of my new appartement I share with my friend. We both love vintage accesories and furniture.. Although we don’t have the exact same taste in interior styling I think we made a good combination out of our stuff. The first 6 pics are from my bedroom. The other ones I took from the livingroom and open kitchen.
A house build in former horse stables.
‘Lovely Cottage’, the name of the house the staples were part of, had it’s last race, and shortly after, the unused stables fell into a state of disrepair. Until one day when Andy Ramus of AR Design Studio, which was completing renovations to the Manor House, recognized the potential of this historic stable. Shortly after, Lovely Cottage’s stable received a new lease on life as a modern three-bedroom house featuring much of the structure’s original barnlike character. The historic Manor House Stables, once home to a Grand National-winning horse, comprised a single-storey building with brick and stone walls and a gently sloping gabled roof.
Redundant features of the stables are also reused in the design. These include the old horse troughs, now used as sink basins, and tethering rings that function as towel hoops.
A very unconventional but gorgeous repurpose! It is styled minimalistic, but would be absolutely perfect with a good amount of plants, a big rug and some accessories.
Earlier this year a Portuguese studio also converted a stable block into a family house . Take a look!
We don’t always need those boring closets on the walls of our kitchen right? There are much nicer options to stall your plates, cups, pans, herbs and so on! The plates and cups you buy are the ones you like and want people to see and use right, why hide them? I think we should show them off and give our kitchen a more ‘lively’ appearance. Get inspired!
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