I think this attic studio home has such an impressive structure, both newly constructed elements, and original structural pieces of the old architecture. Part of the walls have this really rough look, which combined with the original wood beams has a very impressive effect on the space. The beams have been painted in a dark grey color, which makes them stand out in such a nice way. The bedroom has been separated from the living area with a custom-built glass partition with black metal framing. The black metal matches the dark color of the original beams and it adds such a great contrast to the sunlit apartment.

The wall of the bedroom has been painted in dark grey from which the Formakami paper lamp* really pops out. While the dark grey wall color and the steel frame add a very strong and contrasting touch to the space, the mixture of beige and dusty pink bedlinen softens out this look. I love this combination of delicate and hard elements.

The kitchen has been fitted into the niche on the right side of the bedroom and de round dining table in front of the window feels like it’s in the center of the apartment. I like to think of the dining table as the place where everyone gathers so this makes so much sense to me in terms of layout. 

On the opposite side of the bedroom, there is a sofa area, which has been visually separated from the rest of the space by the use of this fluffy grey area rug. The curvy sofa in a grey velvet fabric works wonderfully together with the dark grey wall in the bedroom and I love the subtle decor and combination of art prints in this area.

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