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5 Lofts Worth a Second Look

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Previously seen in "7 Clever Loft Spaces for Small Places", take a look at how these five homeowners have comfortably converted compact spaces into capacious dwellings.
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  The dining room features a mobil custom table made by Gilles van der Brempt, and an assortment of Ikea Urban and Hee Welling dining chairs. Photo by: Frederik Vercruysse  Photo by: Frederik Vercruysse

    The dining room features a mobil custom table made by Gilles van der Brempt, and an assortment of Ikea Urban and Hee Welling dining chairs. Photo by: Frederik Vercruysse

    Photo by: Frederik Vercruysse

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  Kansas native Jamil Malone appreciates the subtle details in his quaint loft, including the exposed brick and hardwood floors. Photo by: Jake Stangel

    Kansas native Jamil Malone appreciates the subtle details in his quaint loft, including the exposed brick and hardwood floors. Photo by: Jake Stangel

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  The open floor plan and high ceilings make this relatively small loft feel like an airy and spacious structure. Photo by: John Clark

    The open floor plan and high ceilings make this relatively small loft feel like an airy and spacious structure. Photo by: John Clark

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  Melissa and Keith Bishop successfully simplified their 720-square-foot loft space. Photo by: Jake Stangel

    Melissa and Keith Bishop successfully simplified their 720-square-foot loft space. Photo by: Jake Stangel

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  California homeowners Lynda and Peter Benoit designed a functional wooden structure to store books, keepsakes, and clothes. Photo by: Drew Kelly

    California homeowners Lynda and Peter Benoit designed a functional wooden structure to store books, keepsakes, and clothes. Photo by: Drew Kelly

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