The mini loft is the niche of a modernist who seeks morning coffees over a book, and a home that reflects his or her stylish lifestyle with bright, signature decor. For those who enjoy the coziness of small spaces and the minimalist approach to the everyday, this mini loft can’t get any better.
The light, wooden panels placed on both floors makes the loft look clean and modern, while the generous use of white helps create open and uncluttered spaces. The first floor consists of three core areas: the dining area, the kitchen, and the lounging space. The lounging space contains a cream colored sofa and modern armchair, and is colorfully decorated with pillows and plants to add a tint of quirkiness. Here, the refreshing use of metallic furniture such as lamps and tables makes for a calming space that invites one to relax after a long day. The kitchen begs for creative recipes and delicious dishes, with its uncluttered space and vibrant red stools. Because it is a loft after all, all spaces are strategically placed to maximize facility and room: the dining tables are placed at the entrance, while the cozier area of the living room is set in the less open space behind it. The use of light is crucial, and a window has been strategically placed at the end of the first floor to let light flow into all corners of the room.
On the upper floor, an open balcony overlooks the dining tables below to further create a sensation of space, while the bedroom area uses a grey wall to add depth. The use of color here is also appropriate: the bed pillows, blanket and bedside flowers make each morning a refreshing one, and the closed-off bathroom on the other end of the floor is kept simple with the use of white. The efficient use of color is the key of this mini loft, that unarguably offers as much delight, richness and satisfaction as the traditional two-floor house.
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