When you’re living in a loft, you’ve got to be able to arrange your space accordingly, otherwise your apartment will feel either too big, or too cramped. The problem is that lofts have certain features, like support columns and exposed piping that can make organization and decoration a little challenging.
If you’re living in a loft and need some help structuring your apartment, here are a few tips to help.
Define the Spaces.
The first thing you’ve got to do when living in a loft is to figure out where you want your sleeping area, your living area, and your work area. These are the three main places to prioritize. It’d be a good idea to adjoin your living space with your kitchen area, and to put your sleeping area near the bathroom. This leaves the rest of the apartment for you
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