If you’re a fan of vintage, then you will love this home design. Within a few years ago, this was an empty mill hallway with old floors, deteriorated electricity grid and closed arc windows. It was one of individuals abandoned architectural stone in Southern Germany, waiting to be discovered. The building’s two spacious, empty floors supply a monumental place for creativity. I’m very happy that its new owners, Petra and Eddie, have managed to provide it a fantastic use.Nowadays, this Factory Hall home is a wonderful illustration of the modern shabby chic style. The tables, desks and cabinets were many occasions, prior to the collector’s items ended being in a monochrome color scheme. Every little detail was considered.The home appears only a tiny piece old-generated in that the outside. The brick wall feel might also be seen in one of those interior walls. On the reverse side, that offers this home that a unique signature and informs us this super location after was a mill.Indoors, you are going to find an inviting living room, also used as a reception room for Petra’s clients. She left the room on a way it acts as a wonderful backdrop for photo shoots. Substantial arc windows provide a great deal of sunlight, which is a dream made true for any photographer.The indoors furniture doesn’t have a mixed style, but every piece unites harmonically as a consequence of their particular color pattern and vintage style. Colours are white because of the walls, floor and ceiling. The biggest pieces of furniture, like the main dining dining dining table, the carpets and shelves are in light brown tones. The smallest ones, like the chairs and the comfortable dining table rack are dark brown, almost black.Petra is particularly in love with industrial furniture. She loves bits that have dents, marks of use, pieces with a story behind them. By Means of example, the daybed in that the tiny conservatory was her 14 year old daughter’s cot mattress.There are Petra’s personal office in that a tiny extension They made of metal. That conservatory feels comfortable as a result of mix of its black painted metal wall, heaps of natural gentle, coming in the huge windows and the wooden dining dining table, made in raw wood.When you climb the wooden staircase, you will find that the following floor feels slightly different than the first one. This comparison provides the immediate floor a very spacious feeling. There you will find the TV room, bathroom, bedrooms and Eddie’s office.