Industrial Style Apartment On The Sixth Floor

Seeing the loft style and the industrial interior design of the apartment, nobody would believe that the apartment has been constructed on the sixth floor. Impressive and unique details such as steel beams on the ceiling, large windows, lamp kitchen bar and reminiscent of warehouses and factory buildings impart the apartment with an industrial touch. Otherwise, the apartment features traditional Scandinavian style interior design.

Like the typical Scandinavian homes, background color for the entire house has been chosen as white, and floors have been made out of rustic wooden material. Living room, dining area and kitchen space share a common open floor plan. Contemporary pendant lights have been chosen for the kitchen space, whereas a splendid chandelier has been installed in the dining area.

Black color bar stools perfectly match with the stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, whereas wooden dining table has been teamed with woven cane chairs. Like the rest of the house, bedroom décor has also been kept simple and sober. In place of typical wardrobes, walk in cabinets have been provisioned in the bedroom in order to create more storage space. On the other hand, laundry room has been intelligently provisioned inside the bathroom only.{found on stadshem}

Published by in Apartments, on June 21st, 2011


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