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A Cozy, Scandinavian-Inspired Loft in Lithuania
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Indrė Sunklodienė, of Interjero Architektė (InArch), is an interior architect from Vilnius, Lithuania who completed this 85 square meter (approx. 915 square foot) loft with a Scandinavian feel. The space, named Loft Town, was designed for a young couple longing for a cozy, modern interior and the finished product delivered that and then some.

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The double-height living room with windows on two sides brings in maximum daylight into the modest interior.

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The ground floor houses the kitchen, dining, and living areas, as well as the entrance which is just behind the vertical wooden strips.

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The color palette was kept fairly neutral with white walls, grey and black elements, and wood details, topped off with a bright turquoise chair and ottoman.

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Just above the kitchen and dining area is the bedroom which rests behind floor-to-ceiling glass.

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The kitchen cabinets are different sizes due to the boiler inside and the uneven wall, but it looks intentional.

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The space under the stairs provides extra storage.

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Upstairs, there’s the bedroom, a work room, and a small bathroom.

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A permanent headboard was designed to extend up the wall and onto the ceiling and it’s even outfitted with lighting.

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Photos by Leonas Garbačauskas.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.