This unassuming yet beautifully rustic space is home to a globetrotting makeup artist and hairdresser and she brings her finesse for style and an eye for detail into her down-to-earth abode.
Perhaps the most outstanding feature (if we are to choose one) would be the exposed brick wall that runs the length of the dining room. An industrial look to accompany the rawness of such a feature is repeated here with the lighting and the use of black steel-framed furniture, but that is where this ends. The rest of the space is incredibly rustic and somewhat romantic, with a polished lounge area and entrance hall with a quirky gallery hall. Beautifully unfussy and very cosy, this apartment is right up our alley.Contact: Plascon Via Photography by Diana Nilsson.