A cozy loft is a bit of an oxymoron. Lofts are open, airy, and spacious by their very nature, but this bookable two-bedroom apartment in Copenhagen manages to bring the two concepts together with ample style.
Designed by David Thulstrup, the 4,300-square-foot loft sits above the offices of Danish design company Vipp and is part of Vipp Hotel, a growing series of one-of-a-kind spaces available for short-term stays. Unsurprisingly, it’s expertly decorated—and includes a full Vipp kitchen that you can test drive.
Signature Scandinavian features like light wood floors, white walls, and tastefully rustic touches including pine wood beams and trusses contrast with deep-hued modern furniture from the brand. A spiraling metal staircase leads to two bedrooms, which are tucked into snug alcoves.
The house is custom built for lounging. Two fuzzy chairs face a fireplace, next to which there’s an overflowing (but artfully arranged) container of firewood. Two aquamarine sofas anchor the living space and provide a rich burst of color in the otherwise subdued loft.
Want to see more? You can always book the apartment, which goes for around $1,140 a night.
Via: The Spaces