Jumpstart Your Day: A Hayloft Transformed into a Small Home
You need to see what this abandoned storage space looks like now
Most of us consider undergoing a home renovation or home makeover project to extend the house and accommodate more family members. In the case of this family, they chose to turn an abandoned structure into a livable space instead.
The architect couple of Cubus Taller d' Arquitectura preserved the original stone and left the structure intact. Inside, a red and white palette welcomes guests while areas such as the bedroom, office, and living area complete the space. With proper space planning and nothing else obstructing the view from anywhere inside the home, the cozy space feels so much larger. Watch the video below. (Source: faircompanies.com)
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