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Pink Drops Attic by Jooca Studio

Pink Drops Attic / Jooca Studio

Project: Pink Drops Attic
Interior Designer: Jooca Studio
Location: Bucharest, Romania
Area: 70 sqm
Year 2019
Photography: Alexandru Prodan

“You have created a space that tells about me and that makes me happy!” (client’s words)

Pink Drops Attic / Jooca Studio

Pink Drops Attic is the story of an attic meant to be a romantic escape from the everyday routine.

Pink Drops Attic / Jooca Studio

The clients wanted a relaxing space where they could spend their weekends and afternoons listening to music, reading or just admiring the sky.

Pink Drops Attic / Jooca Studio

The pink comfy sofa creates a chromatic contrast with the bluish paintings. The composition is completed with a Wall&Deco flower wallpaper that decorates the desk area.

home office / Jooca Studio

This attic functions also as a dressing, our client being a real fashionista. So the low-height space was used for clothing storage.

Pink Drops Attic / Jooca Studio

interior design / Jooca Studio

sofa / Jooca Studio

Pink Drops Attic / Jooca Studio

stairs / Jooca Studio

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