Loft Space Inspiration

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New York, and many other bustling metropolitan cities are an ideal place to live. The access to culture, entertainment, and public transportation cannot easily be rivaled. But there is a setback to living in a beautiful, boisterous city: lack of space. More and more urbanites are living with less, and making the most of the small spaces they have. One great way to save space, while also adding dimension to a studio, is renting a lofted apartment. These tiny abodes, show just how much you can do with limited square footage!
airy-and-fresh-Scandinavian-bedroom-with-upstairs-closet.-by-Pikcells-Visualisation-StudioRooms can be simple, clean and modern; with white helping to widen the room.

0d7cc3acea9f8341ff5f9c74493d750aMake your footwear a focal point with a pair on each step!

3778c0ea1fafaec1af30c33dc53cdff7Lofts don’t have to be modern and minimalist. They can be feminine and shabby chic too!

159cb97a5fbc080629735500046be6f1The best tip to keep your studio looking spacious? Keep it tidy and clutter-free!

 

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29443c4ba66bf2e9e55ae9c90e895f3eWood floors and and exposed brick can add warmth to any small space, making it a cozy alcove.

 

5 comments on “Loft Space Inspiration

  1. If only :’) my dad will be converting our loft into an art studio soon, any ideas?

  2. Love this inspiration!
    Thanks
    Cheers!
    prppyandfunny.wordpress.com

  3. Anneke says:

    Reblogged this on Consistently Cavalier and commented:
    I want to live in a place like that.

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