Apartments more than 90 sq.m.

The perfect combination in English: a loft with antiques

This rather large apartment did not containa separate room for a study, and the owners had to equip it right in the living room. It turned out so great that it is not so easy to notice the office at first glance.This 120 sq. m, located in a former warehouse in east London, is home to a young and very creative couple: Fay Marcopolo and Max Mayer. The hostess has her own company providing full range of interior design services. And, of course, Fay personally took care of the design of this apartment. The owners themselves describe the style of their home as a loft at the turn of times. According to Fay's deep conviction, antiques are a limitless source of inspiration for any creative person, and in a certain concentration it is quite appropriate even in very modern interiors. Armchairs, mirrors, bedside tables and wardrobes from variousTimes and countries meet in this London apartment at every step, but thanks to the abundance of modern objects with crystal-clear history, the general mood of the interior remains easy. Particularly interesting here is the solution of the issue withoffice zoning. The wall next to it is not completely painted white, the furniture, unlike the public area, is very modern, the desk is completely glass. In addition, it stands diagonally, thereby separating from the living room by an irregular geometry. The white wall is decorated with a rather bright, eye-catching composition of photographs. All these techniques together make the study in the middle of the living room just invisible. jennifercederstam.com/

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