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Attractive loft apartment with an interior design made by Pavel Vetrov

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In the last years, the loft apartments have gained much popularity, attracting more through the comfort sensation and through the fact that they allow countless options of interior design. Less conventional people with more creativity and artistic sense will always be attracted to these ample and airy spaces that have a lot of natural light.

The transformation possibilities of these cold spaces into chic apartments are only limited by imagination, the most popular combination is between industrial vintage design elements and a number of supplies, accessories and decorations with a higher load of “warmth”. Exactly the diversity of pieces of furniture and artistic elements as well as the game of colors can transform these spaces into welcoming homes. In general, the loft apartment is distinguished by a greater investment of creativity and a more pronounced artistic component.

Attractive Loft apartment with an interior design made by Paul Vetrov - HomeWorldDesign (14)

In the following images we present you an attractive loft apartment made by designer Pavel Vetrov, who comes to argue in favor of the lofts attractiveness. It is worthy of note that at this loft, the reduced weight of concrete is found only at the entrance compared to the pronounced presence of brick walls. In comparison with the concrete, the brick “heats” much better the space. The ampleness of the space in terms of height makes it produce discomfort due to the fact that the ceiling is high and also has an arch. This aspect was remedied with the help of some wood beams and by arranging an indoor terrace. The earthy colors often encountered in lofts are present here also and they bring harmony in the concrete – brick – wood triplet. Of course, the comfortable sofa and armchairs could not miss. Enjoy the photos! Via Designer Pavel Vetrov

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