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Renovated factory in Berlin

Denne her gamle fabrik i Berlin er blevet renoveret og fremstår nu som et moderne hjem. Stilen er lys og skandinavisk, jeg elsker de lyse trægulve der er blevet lagt i hjemmet. Jeg savner dog at se nogle tegn på bygningens tidligere funktion. Når ens hjem har en charmerende historie som denne, synes jeg at det er synd at udrydde alle beviser på oprindelsen. Når man renovere et hjem ligger kunsten nogle gange i at vide hvad man skal renovere og hvad man skal lade stå som det er.

Via: The Style Files // Foto via: Nuevo Estilo

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This old factory in Berlin has been renovated and now stands as a modern home. The style is light and Scandinavian, I love the light wooden floors that have been put into place. However, I miss seeing some signs of building former function. When your home has a charming story like this, I think that it is wrong to destroy all evidence of the origin. When renovating a home, sometimes the art is knowing what to renovate and what to keep untouched.

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    Tamara Gonzalez
    May 25, 2013 at 12:18

    Its fantastic!
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    WalnutGrey
    May 25, 2013 at 12:43

    Lots of stunning design pieces in this great space. Especially love the Swan.

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    Kadrium
    May 30, 2013 at 08:34

    Thank you for the inspiration. You made me assure what I really have passion for…

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