Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Architecture Wednesday: One Bedroom Loft

In large cities, space is often at a premium, so, well, smaller is better, and sometimes cheaper. Case in point, this one bedroom loft. It's tiny, to be sure, but functional, and with a sense of flair.
A small, well, let's call it 'intimate,' living room.

A fully functional kitchen.
The Grand Staircase......

...to the spacious Master Suite.

A slate-tiled shower.......

.....and double sinks!

It is also built inside a grain bin from the 1940s.....


...and has a spacious front porch.

Of course the large city to which one would have to move to in order to own, yes, own, this piece of architectural magic, is Gruene Homestead Inn in New Braunfels , Texas.
Farm living is the life for me!

source: My Sister

8 comments:

twunty mcslore said...

Ha! I like what you did there.

Mark said...

So when can I move in? m.

Cubby said...

How does it sound when it rains? How about a hard rain? What about hailstorm? Yikes!

Other than that, it's a great idea.

froggy said...

I totally believed it!!!

Joy said...

It's cute. I have a metal roof on my house and like the sound when it rains.

Biki said...

Cool! thanks!

mrpeenee said...

Darling, I love New Braunfels. Pretty and green and tiny, it's just outside Austin and has two beautiful rivers running through it. Holing up in a silo there would just make it better.

Kyle said...

Very cool.