In this American loft, everything is fair: real converted old factory, original exposed brick walls with all the asperity and roughness, open pipes and lots of open space. Against such gorgeous industrial background, modern furniture and gold details look very contrasting and bold. This is loft in its best way!
All the coolness of the concrete surfaces in this loft in Austin, Texas, were diluted by the sophisticated modern furniture and wooden decor elements. Thanks to this, the interiors do not feel lifeless, but on the contrary, they have cozy and look very stylish. By the way, this is a real industrial building, converted from an old factory into a cool dwelling for young and progressive. Enjoy!
This minimalist apartment in Moscow proves that a rough industrial design and bright colors can successfully live together. Just look how creative the Le Atelier studio filled the home with color. The idea with spilled paint on the floor and ceiling is one of the coolest that we happened to see recently. Interestingly, this design was created for a girl who was not afraid of the brutal and cold features of such interior. Such an interesting project!
Designers of Smith Hanes call their project in Georgia “a residence in a soft industrial style.” Indeed, in design, there are lots of signature style details such as leather, glass, metal, brutal decor, but at the same time, the image was diluted with soft tones, flowers and lovely decor. Black and brown in common areas are contrasted with blue and white in the bedrooms and living room. The combination of contrasting elements in the interior almost always looks good and effective, this trick has worked here too!
If you like loft spaces, then this modern house in Melbourne is just for you. Outside it has wood finishing while interiors are made of red brick, concrete, metal – industrial design in its pure form. Our favorite room here is an open living room with glass walls, which smoothly connected with a stylish kitchen. Such a cool home!
If a loft can be luxurious, then this apartment is just that case. Stunning industrial loft on the last two floors of the residential building in Melbourne looks sophisticated and rich. To the typical set of concrete surfaces and metal glass partitions, designers added large paintings and mirrors in gold frames, as well as chic furniture and lighting. But of course, the biggest luxury is a spacious terrace with the best views of the city.
That’s what loft means in the true sense of the word. The former flour mill building, open pipes and communications on the ceiling, concrete finishing, very high ceilings, a lot of huge windows and mostly open space – all specific loft elements are present in this industrial apartment in Denver. There are no hints of other styles or trade-offs, it’s a real loft!
Scandinavian style usually does not imply industrial elements, such as rough concrete surfaces, open communications, high vaulted ceilings. But in this Swedish apartment, such solutions harmoniously fitted in the overall concept, which now stands for a stylish blend of Scandinavian and New-York-like designs. And we just love the color palette of beautiful pastel halftones that perfectly complements the loft character of the home!
If you prefer modern design to traditional and love simple laconic lines and open space, then you will definitely like this apartment in the suburbs of Sydney. Their design is so stylish and harmonious that there is almost nothing to blame in it. The living room seems to be almost perfect: smart layout, comfortable minimalist kitchen with an island and large dining table, a functional closet and direct access to a spacious terrace. Bedrooms in this home are quite simple in decoration but very comfortable and bright. Enjoy!
People usually say about such kind of apartments: “high-class home”. Just look at these magnificent huge windows in the living room that open to impressive views over Manhattan – the apartment is located in a historical building on one of the most prestigious streets of New York. By the was, the living room is impressive in size, forming together with the kitchen and dining area a large open space. Interior design here is a mixture of loft elements and an elegant modern American style. Terrific!