In the past, this building on the Estcourt Road in London was used as a tire shop, but in 2017 the house got a new life – not it’s a stylish modern apartment. The new design is based on the combination of black, white and gray colors with touches of warm tones. The home does not have many windows, but here it lots of light, thanks to the large window in the ceiling of the living room. The interiors are not overloaded with color combinations and complex shapes, but at the same time it turned out to be very voluminous, relief: wood, partitions, white brick wall, mosaic in the bathroom – all this makes the apartment look interesting and fee comfy.
Owners of this loft apartment in Melbourne, Australia, wanted the home to be industrial and consistent with the character of the building, also one of the wishes was a dark kitchen. The first floor was divided into several zones with the help of furniture and finishes: entrance area, dining room, living room and kitchen. Brick wall and bright furniture with decor added some character to the image. The dark kitchen blended seamlessly into the interior, and the black book racks on the second floor seemed to be its continuation. Excellent balance of style, uniqueness and comfort!
Many perceive loft style literally, try to fill such spaces with rough brutal furniture and decor items. But in this Los Angeles loft, architects of Marmol Radziner decided to play with opposing styles and textures. Wall decoration, open communications, rough materials – the basis of interiors here is the classical industrial. At the same time, furniture items are more refined and elegant, made of trendy expensive materials. We must say this contrast between completely different design elements looks awesome!
This hotel in the German town of Offenburg has a very symbolic name – Liberty. The thing is that the hotel is located in a unique building of the former prison, so the special memories for each guest are guaranteed. Loft style decor is perhaps the best choice for such a place: brick walls, open space foyer, industrial decor elements very well fit into the overall concept. Could you stay here for some days?
This Brazilian loft was created to make the wow-effect to everyone who gets into it. High ceilings and an all-glass wall, which opens to breathtaking views of the bay and the local port – the living room space is incredible in every way. Impressive are also paintings and photographs in the huge frames that decorated the interiors of each room. Stunning project!
Who said that loft space must be gray, cold and rude?! This New York apartment breaks stereotypes about such kind of interiors – colorful furniture and decor look just great here. This is exactly what the client, young couple who love to travel, wanted their home to be like. It is the personal pieces of the owners they collected abroad what makes this loft truly unique!
Since the layout of this Toronto loft initially was completely open, designers of STUDIO AC decided to design a separate bedroom in a rather original way. They literally installed it into the overall space, placing it in a cube of plywood and behind a white curtain. It’s worth mentioning that the bedroom entrance is decorated with an arched doorway, which nevertheless looks non-trivial. Functional and interesting home!
This magnificent modern house is located just next to the Bouddi National Park in Australia right by the ocean and was created for a family from Sydney. The villa is just an hour away from the city, so the owners use it as a place for spending weekends and vacations, relaxing from the busy city life. Living room and terrace with a small pool open to the ocean and you can only imagine these breathtaking views owners enjoy. Paradise dwelling on the edge of the world!
The industrial interiors of this small apartment in Barcelona are based on the contrasts of textures and materials. Cool gray concrete is accompanied by warm and cozy wooden surfaces that counterbalance the tone and mood in this home. Also, the dark surfaces perfectly coexist with bright pastel furniture and living plants. Bravo to the designers who at 46 sqm space have created an excellent design!
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!