by Lauren Ballas - LEED AP
When you really think about it or look around you, you notice there are more things that get torn down and rebuilt than reclaimed. Contrary to what some people may believe old buildings hold a ton of character and potential. You can have just as much creativity with restoring or reclaiming a space as with a new build. Here is just one example of what you can do with an OLD SPACE! Enjoy…
Minim Interior Architects wanted to create a light-filled airy open space. They did a great job of converging modern materials and finishes with the old world rough brick plaster. A modern palette paired with antique furniture is divine.
This is a beautiful bathroom with just a splash of color from a sculpture that mimics red bricks. The shower and bathtub are my favorite as they are set in the room like furniture pieces.
The entrance to the space reminds me of when I was in Tuscany. Remember the blog about the big gorgeous wooden doors? It is very empowering to open and walk through doors like that. You even have a choice here to go up some modern glass steps or metal/concrete ramp!
The kitchen brings illumination to the richly textured plaster walls throughout the building. By having the conduit and piping exposed it does nothing but enhance the modern feal to the space.
Want to reclaim your space?
Let Luxury for the Home re-design a home for you that fuses the old with the new!
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