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A vintage industrial apartment by artKRAFT

I have lots of love for all things vintage and industrial so I am crushing on this attic apartment in Budapest sent in by the lovely industrial design shop artKRAFT. The furnishings they brought in are pretty awesome, and add in the most amazing windows and herringbone hardwood and I am ALL OVER THIS. I would add some dark paint here and there and some really funky photographic art and VOILÀ! (Photos: FOTODEKO

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Parisian chic in Hungary

I adore this sweet apartment in Hungary designed by A+Z Design Studio. Herringbone floors (oh yaaaasssss!!!) and mid-century and randomly eclectic furnishings give this space a Parisian feel. Now if I could just reach through the photo of the desk and steal those legs....

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Exposed brick + massive black framed windows + double height living space + dreamy leather sofa + black SMEG + luxurious bathtub + puppy = LOFT HEAVEN by A+Z Design Studio.



That photo above is a dream - an empty, raw loft space to convert into living quarters. Attila F.Kovács and Zsuzsa Megyesi are the architect/interior designer duo of A+Z Design Studio (I believe they're based in Budapest) that transformed this space into a rustic, cozy home filled with well-worn vintage touches and industrial lighting, as seen below. Those windows alone would have sold me.  

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Edison Six

Benedek reached out to us about an interior design project he recently completed - a family home in Herminamez┼Ĺ, just outside Budapest. With a garage, rooftop garden, ground floor laundry room, tons of book storage in the living/dining rooms and a fireplace, this house has it all. But it is the decor that is totally irresistible. With pieces from Benedek's store Szimpla Deisgn Shop the home is fresh, fun and every single inch is carefully though out and impeccably decorated. And if anyone in that area REALLY loves it - it is for sale! You can read all of the details in Benedek's blog post

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