Apartment turned into a stylish loft by Triptique

This apartment might be smaller than your dream home, but inside there;s a very surprising and beautiful image awaiting you. The apartment is located in the Jardins areas in downtown Sao Paulo. If we would have to be very specific, we shouldn’t call this place an apartment. It’s actually more like a loft.

That’s because the owners didn’t really like the original structure and decided to make some changes. They wanted a more modern and airy place to call home so the apartment suffered a total make-over. The couple that owns this place also owns the Dbox company, a design company that sells restored vintage furniture. So they had an eye for the design that they wanted.

In order to make this place the perfect home, they had to first tare down the walls. This is how they obtained the loft-like home. They also asked decorator Francisco Calio to take over the interior design. Together, they’ve managed to turn a 70-century apartment into the modern and bold loft you see now.

The interior design is, of course, modern and with lots of interesting and surprising details and decorations. It’s a stylish and elegant place, with beautiful color contrasts. However, this place is also comfy, cozy and inviting, just how a home should be like. It was a daring project, not simple, but in the end everything turned out very beautiful.{found on vartnyahem}

Published by in Apartments, on September 27th, 2011


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