How To Transform A Commercial Space To A Modern Loft
Mar 18, 2014 15:07
This latest project by Spanish interior design label Egue and Seta is located in the quiet city of Terrassa in Catalonia, Spain. The loft retains the unfinished exposed brick, concrete and stainless steel from the space, but adds a personal touch with sliding wooden doors used to conceal the bathroom, closet, and bedroom. Natural light flows in through the expansive windows and bounces off of the steel to brighten the space. A bamboo garden placed as the centerpiece helps to keep things less dull. Enjoy the rest of the photos below.
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