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A loft where the palette used furniture
Today I present you a new loft but not any.
It has not caught my attention with these flamboyant colors but due to its design (which is the Italian architect firm q-bic) and originality of the materials chosen.
Indeed, as you will see below, this loft has been designed in length with parts one after the other as separate modules. This solution is sensible when we know that this old barn dating from the nineteenth century now serves as a reception.
As for the choice of palettes, I find it very clever. Several websites explain how to re-use pallets to make nice coffee tables but I had never seen these used to make sofas, furniture, bathroom or kitchen. A brilliant idea inexpensively!