>Architecture Wednesday: Lofty Living

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I don’t know if it’s because it’s a loft, or because of all the books, or the fact that it’s in Stockholm, but I love this place.

This 3200-square-foot loft is on the top floor of a 125-year-old building in downtown Stockholm. The ceilings are sixteen feet, and the loft has exposures in all four directions.

The living space features only exclusive and high quality materials and appliances. There is also an open and very spacious living area with a fantastic wood burning fire place, a custom built bookshelf that emphasizes the height and shape of the ceiling and separate dining area from where you can enjoy the wonderful views over Östermalmstorg.

I think I should check the bank accounts and then pack my bags.

DigsDigs

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5 responses to “>Architecture Wednesday: Lofty Living

  1. >It's seeing things like this that makes me want to make enough money to afford such things. If only lofts weren't the new, "in" thing that's made them so much more expensive!

  2. >Another excellent choice.All I can think of is how many bottles of Bacardi Limon I could fit on all those shelves! Forget books … that's some serious booze storage right there.XOXOXOXO

  3. >I want to live in a loft! But my budget cannot handle one. Bah!

  4. Joy

    >Love it! I don't understand those stairs leading to what looks like a plexi-glass shelf or balcony over the head of the bed. ?????

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