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Swedish Micro-Apartment With A Cozy Loft Feels Much Bigger Than It Actually Is
By Dorothy Tan, 05 Oct 2017
Not only have smaller homes become commonplace due to soaring real estate prices in many cities, tiny abodes have also become desirable due to the trend towards clean, sustainable living that is unencumbered with too many possessions.
If you are a fan of scaled down homes, you would appreciate the clever design of this micro-apartment—measuring just 107 square feet—that makes it feel so much larger than it really is.
The simple, mostly black and white, color scheme helps to create an illusion of space and exudes elegance—it also does not hurt that the apartment is blessed with high ceilings and plenty of natural light.
A lack of space does not mean that this home need to be completely devoid of accessories—however, instead of peppering it with a multitude of small knick-knacks, invest in a few statement pieces that will stand out but not crowd the apartment.
Perhaps, the most charming element of this unique property is the loft that serves as a stylish bedroom—reachable by a long ladder, it features a carefully curated selection of artworks and even a large house plant.
Read more about this charming home on Domino magazine.
[via Domino, images via Edward Partners]
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