This eclectic penthouse in Ghent, Belgium, was designed by creative agency DIFT. The four-bedroom apartment, dubbed WATT, had been vacant office space on the top floor of a three-story building.
Its interiors combine vintage and contemporary elements. In the living room, a modular sofa takes center stage. Original chairs — including one suspended from the ceiling — were placed around it, creating an eclectic mix of styles.
In the kitchen, industrial influences add a commercial feeling to the space. Each bedroom has its own well-defined personality, with large windows drawing natural light inside and offering extensive city views.
From wall decals and sculptural elements to interesting decorative accents and lighting, this eclectic penthouse is full of surprises. Which design elements do you like the most? [Photography by ROS]
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