Advertiser Disclosure

Small Loft Featuring Bright, Vividly Colored Spaces

Klaus Vedfelt / Getty Images

Even a small loft can become a candidate for a perfect dream home. This next residential space is an example of how great partitioning and vividly bright spaces adorned with colors and patterns can transform a boring space into a youthful, elegant loft. Occupying 58 square meters, this apartment displays functional spaces divided on two floors. The first floor shelters  the main living spaces – kitchen, dining room, living room and bathroom, while the second floor is occupied by the bedroom. The elongated structure of the apartment allowed the living spaces to be united by a stylish spiral staircase. Found on Homedit, the beautiful small apartment seems larger due to the height of the ceilings. This also allowed the space to be configured the way it is – with a mezzanine sheltering the private quarters, where relaxation and joy is enhanced by a feeling of fairytale design.

Klaus Vedfelt / Getty Images


Related Articles

Fall DIY Projects You Can Do During COVID-19

It’s true that COVID-19 has changed the way we will celebrate this autumn. However, there are still safe ways for you to spruce up your home to make it warm and cozy. Here are some festive home renovation projects and fun crafts to take on while social distancing. 

Read More

The Best Way to Celebrate Thanksgiving Safely During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Many families are trying to figure out how to celebrate Thanksgiving, given the many challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. The best way to celebrate Thanksgiving in the past often involved a lot of family togetherness and close contact that might risk the spread of the coronavirus this year. Luckily, the CDC has issued guidance for […]

Read More

Is Black Friday Happening During COVID-19?

Nearly everything we once knew to be normal has changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. As we approach the holiday season, many people are prepared to do things a bit differently this year to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Not just by tweaking or postponing holidays themselves, but by reevaluating the way they […]

Read More