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Loose-covered armchairs and coffee table in front of fireplace in loft-apartment living room in natural shades

Loose-covered armchairs and coffee table in front of fireplace in loft-apartment living room in natural shades

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Photographer: © living4media / Van Berge, Alexander Portrait
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Print size: approx. 14.78 × 9.85 inch at 300 dpi
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Lofty Heights

12337275 | © living4media / Van Berge, Alexander | 19 images

A fashion designer turns her North Amsterdam business loft into her home

After living in tight city quarters Myon realized that she wanted nothing more than a wide open living space with natural light. It wasn't long before she decided to make a home out of the loft above her showroom. With panoramic views of the surrounding forest and a touch of industrial charm who could blame her?
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