opened up to a large sleeping area and a study area beyond, both opening onto the atrium that floods the area with light. Daytime and night-time blackout shades are electronically operated to turn the whole area dark for sleeping.
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wanted to do a purple comforter you would have to go with the grey walls
I'm going to use the balcony setting and decor in my house
I like how it overlooks the downstairs
I love how it's so open
Love how this is so open
rack lamp shining to large art
addition to the loft. For ultimate privacy in both spaces (much of the home is visible from the street), Charalambous added motorized two-story shades, in both sun-filtering and black-out options. Artwork beside entrance to office area: Reykjavik by Richard SerraMotorized and manual shades: NYSAN Solar