164 LoftA conversion of my loft into a cosy den-like living space.
The decision of having a walk-in shower was made because the bathroom should feel open and spacious rather than cramped with a shower cubicle. This minimal and sleek design makes the bathroom still fell open and no compromises were made of the space of the showering area.
Additionally, a sliding door was used for the bathroom because it's more practical when trying to use up space so sparingly. With a traditional swinging door, more things have to be considered and it was not ideal.
The colour-scheme of the bathroom was kept as monochrome to give the effect of space, brigtness and cleanliness.
The lighting and art around the room is supposed to take the focus away from the fact that you're in a windowless loft and rather to give the feeling of being in your own cosy den/cave.
The bench serves as a great dining space as well as workspace, it is mounted on the wall and replaces a typical dining table - which not only takes up space but also isn't always so suitable for doing other such things on.
Storage is something that couldn't be lacking, in such a small area, it is important to be able to have a place for everything without having lot's of cupboards etc. Therefore, we installed this sleek shelf that has lots of room for storage from toiletries and towels to books and records.
Above the chestnut coloured storage unit is in fact a vinyl deck (the closest thing I could find). The loft design was created with my brother in mind and since he is a DJ artist, it was crucial to have somewhere for his decks and records.