This loft in Chicago is almost a century old and has since preserved the original brickwork, wood inserts and floors. The new owners of the apartment wanted to make it more versatile and welcoming, and add interesting elements and bright decor to the interiors. The designer decided to play with contrasts: the beautiful texture of white marble in the kitchen resonates with the rough brick and wood structure, while graceful brass elements and paintings are opposed to pipes and metal structures. In addition, the interior is perfectly complemented by vintage elements and furniture in the style of the 70s. The space of the first floor is occupied by the kitchen, living room and dining room, while the second floor is completely devoted to bedrooms and a dressing room. The designer perfectly managed to refresh the brutal industrial style and add grace and bright mood to it!