Small converted ceiling living space
Now an open-plan one-bedroom apartment, this building ceiling area was converted into a living space. Rustic beams combine with walnut laminated floors and cabinetry to provide a comfortable and stylish rental opportunity.
This old building, with its large ceiling space and raw beams, provides the perfect open-plan apartment. Where it isn't possible to extend out, moving up adds on value without many changes to the floor plan.
The charming Shaker-style kitchen is stained in a walnut finish to match the laminated flooring throughout most of the apartment. Modern touches, such as brushed stainless steel appliances, bring the look into the 21st century.
Taking full advantage of small details, a glass shelf is fitted to the beams to provide additional storage in this cosy bedroom.
Modern cabinets with perspex sliding doors, and a perspex sliding door into the bathroom, take up far less space then conventional open-close doors.
The washing machine and tumble dryer are tucked away behind sliding panels in the bathroom. Where every bit of space counts, clever planning in the bathroom allows for all the mod cons essential. Curved shower panels fit neatly within a corner of the bathroom, leaving plenty of space for a storage cabinet.