Loft conversion in San Francisco, with vaulted ceilings of concrete

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Concrete not is usually associated with a warm and welcoming home. In today's post, we will try to demonstrate that with appropriate inspiration and decor skills, beautiful things can happen. This particular work in a loft converted in SOMA, San Francisco, live boasts vaulted ceilings of concrete of approximately 17 meters in height, however, its design not can be described as sober or unattractive. This Loft has 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths, spacious interiors and large windows of industrial-style, not to mention a spectacular skylight that gets plenty of natural light.

The walls and ceilings of concrete are complemented by a series of different textures and finishes, giving life to the Interior. Here is some information about the structure of the attic of the developers of the project: "the kitchen opens onto the living room with a comfortable area for breakfast and bar/counter, and includes a microwave and Oven stainless steel stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. The cabinets of the kitchen and the stairs are made of recycled wood. Type loft on the mezzanine level bedroom has a walk-in closet and a full bath with a skylight and a comfortable laundry chute; "the ramp leads to the bathroom and the laundry room, which has a wide space with washing machine and dryer".

What do you think are the tricks of Interior design that make this place look so special?

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