The conventional space outline with no isolating dividers and a distribution center feel is not precisely agreeable for everybody. Still, the open space tasteful is perfect for changing over old modern spaces into new, hip living quarters. This condo in a building known as “Space Town” in Vilnius, Lithuania, from the planners at InArch, is an impeccable marriage of that open, high roof, present day and young stylish, yet with a regard for protection and association also. The home highlighted here, which measures 85 square meters (914 square feet) is an impeccable space for an a la mode, present day couple who needs both solace and a chic Scandinavian space style.
The first floor range of the house comprises of the lounge room, kitchen and feasting region. Every space streams effortlessly together yet at the same time has a sentiment division. The outline exploits the vaulted roofs by including floor to roof windows. The common light is staggering and consummately warms the different blemish sin the wood framing, accentuating the surfaces of alternate pieces like the delicate tufted lounge chair and nubby range carpet.
Up a wide set of stairs (which is not always the case in these types of lofts) is the bedroom. It looks down over the main living areas but also features curtains so that privacy can be assured at all times. The bedroom itself uses a beautiful custom headboard design as the focal point, creating even more of an enclosed space for ultimate comfort and security.
Because the volume of the upstairs bedroom cuts off the vaulted ceiling in the kitchen and dining area, that space feels quite cozy and welcoming. A wood slat window seat and unique cabinetry that isn’t quite aligned give the space an artistic feel without going too edgy.
Finally, a white tile bath is the perfect simple cherry on this lovely Scandinavian sundae of a loft.