Norwegian carpenters ETT ROM TIL (One More Room) were asked to create a loft bed over a dining space in a 19th-century house that did not interfere with the style of the house and yet had a modern look.The challenge was that it could not take up a lot of space and it had to let light through. The solution was to build a narrow loft bed with some space left between the window and the bed and to use a special type of glass as railings.
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