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A bright and inviting 67 square meter loft in Barcelona

The Scandinavian and the industrial styles are both very beautiful and interesting and, individually, they each have plenty of unique features that deserve to be admired. But, when you think about it, even though they’re very different one from another, these two styles have certain elements in common. For example, they both focus on simplicity and functionality and on displaying the pieces as they are.

The conclusion would be that a combination between these two styles could be very successful. It just so happens that we found such a space. It’s a beautiful loft located in Barcelona. It measures 67 square meters and its interior is a combination of industrial and Scandinavian-inspired elements. The Scandinavian influence is very strong. The walls were kept white throughout and the whole décor is simple and efficiently organized.

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There are also lots of visible industrial features. For example, there are exposed beams and pipes in the high ceilings and plenty of metal fittings and industrial-style lamps and light fixtures spread throughout the loft. All the rooms share the same main combination, although they are each constructed as unique individual spaces. The furniture is simple and includes white cabinets and natural wood pieces. The wooden floors add a little warmth to the loft and the beams have the same role. The windows let in natural light that enhances the beauty of the décor.{found on mi casa}.