“The Loft is a breathtaking Amsterdam apartment where a combination of design, art and craft culminate in one inspiring interior design experience. “ Part one here.
You’re familiar with the stunning Lulu Frost jewelry pieces, aren’t you? Well, this is the beautiful Lulu Frost multifunctional office Manhattan’s Flatiron district. Together with Katie Martinez, Lisa Salzer , the mastermind behind Lulu Frost, divided the open space into separate areas, each with a distinct purpose: a wholesale showroom, a production space, and a retail store. see more on
A simply stunning open space in Upssala Sweden by Mir.
I’m going crazy with these post titles. This beautiful warm and bright home is a dream come true for the Anna, the owner. The neutral color palette, of white and beige keeps the natural light flow throughout the house. Just dreamy! via el mueble
This time in Stockholm! You might have seen this awesome loft as it was for sale on Fantastik Frank. Only 33 m² but oh so dreamy, I’m especially loving the suspended bed and the little ad hoc library going on there.
“The Loft is a breathtaking Amsterdam apartment where a combination of design, art and craft culminate in one inspiring interior design experience. “ Sounds pretty cool, no? It most certainly looks amazing and everything is for sale. So, if you happen to be in Amsterdam this weekend, read more about “The Loft” concept here.
A gorgeous apartment in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. This open is space is quite something but do observe the awesome gallery wall and floor. Check out the entire space, here.
A small but open space broken down in three areas, in a fun eclectic way and on a budget too … sitting, dinning, working! by Danielle Arps via heybillie
Let’s start the week with a gorgeous penthouse in the heart of London, located in The Piper Building on Fulham road, I just this city love that’s why the picture overload. I have a crush on London, always have, always will, and not really only design wise but as whole… You know what the sad part is? Well, the sad
…redesigned from ”quite a sad place, with yellow painted walls and a strange atmosphere,” Lukáš Kordík into ”a cozy and open space.” via dwell