There are no cobwebs or dusty boxes here.

1. Exposed beams and a vaulted ceiling makes this combined kitchen/dining area feel light and airy.

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2. This Parisian apartment took advantage of its soaring ceilings and added a loft.

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3. Steel-framed glass windows and doors keep the eye moving in this Stockholm apartment.

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4. This cozy alcove is the perfect spot for a breakfast nook.

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5. Built-in storage and large skylights help open up this Hague rental apartment.

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6. A platform bed is pushed up against a sloping ceiling in this enviable master retreat.

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7. This tucked-away flat receives plenty of natural light thanks to high-placed windows.

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8. A rolling ladder helps to utilize the full height of this rustic attic library.

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9. High ceilings, painted beams and a window bench define this elegant Dutch loft.

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10. Skylights that open and close keep the circulation flowing in this master bedroom.

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11. A dresser as a footboard is a clever way to squeeze more storage out of this quaint Stockholm studio.

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12. This snug attic hideaway uses a crossbeam for hanging plants.

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13. A sloped ceiling requires more lower cabinets than uppers in this functional Stockholm apartment.

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14. This swing chair attached to a rafter creates a laid-back atmosphere.

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15. Preserved wood beams add character to this sunny Stockholm apartment.

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16. Brass and gold hardware creates visual warmth in this attic bathroom.

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17. And finally, aged wood makes this attic bedroom the ultimate escape.

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