As we know, the best design is the one that goes in harmony with architecture. For example, loft spaces can not be created in regular apartment buildings with low ceilings and small rooms. For such interiors, old warehouses or converted old factory buildings are needed. So this London apartment in the former industrial building has many of their loft space elements and here it was completely justified. We would also like to admit some authentic features of this stylish home: juicy colorful furniture in the living room, a grand piano in the bedroom, metal medieval doors. Beautiful project!
The key to success of almost any design lies in harmony and sometimes harmony can be achieved by playing on contrasts. This bright London townhouse is a good example: interiors combine elements of a country style and loft-themed objects. A similar story with colors: beige and gray are mixed with yellow, gold and brick. There was a place for furniture in the style of the 60’s, bright paintings and unusual lamps. If you look closely at the details, then the interiors can be thought as eclectic, but if you look at the big picture, you feel only the comfort and the fact, that everything is done with love and heart in this home. Wonderful!
This modern London townhouse has some not quite typical of the English style, but very trendy features: brick walls and dark surfaces. But still, there are enough of traditionally English things in the interiors: the beautiful classical fireplace, a bay window in the living room, private courtyard accessible from the kitchen, and some pieces of English furniture. All together the home turned out to be very expressive and stylish!
Why the best loft spaces are always in New York? The answer is simple: because the city has the biggest amount of gorgeous former industrial buildings, converted into residential apartments. And this magnificent loft in Manhattan too inherited excellent architecture with large windows and high ceilings from the old factory. By the way, the design was created by ALine Studio for a bachelor and was supposed to impress the owner’s friends, and also be comfortable enough if he decided to start a relationship. Awesome!
Anna Duval is an ideal international designer: she was born in Russia, now she lives and works in Paris, and her projects are scattered all over the world. Today we want to share one of her recent projects, a magnificent townhouse that was designed in English style, but located in Ontario, Canada. Enjoy!
The bedroom in this Swedish apartment is decorated in a rather unusual way as for a city home. Firstly, brick walls create here the effect of an old stone house. In addition, the gilded decorative objects of classical forms, as well as a massive sliding door made of wood, complete the image, and it seems as if some noble family once rested in this room. What an original design!
This stunning loft apartment is located in the most intriguing and alluring city of North America – New York. The interiors are a game of colors, raw materials, designer furniture and objects of art. A fresh take on loft interiors!
When Soren Rose Studio started to renovate this loft in the building of a former paper factory in TriBeCa, it hadn’t been touched for at least 50 years. One of the main advantages of the space was the large windows on three sides that allow rooms to literally bathe in the daylight. The interiors feature the ideal mix of some of the loft style most popular components, such as brick walls, metal structures, wood and marble. Great project!
Sometimes Scandinavian interiors can be too gray and cold, but not this wonderful apartment in Gothenburg. Here Swedish designers added some warmth to the white-and-gray palette: light wood, brown and powder toned accessories and textiles. Red brick wall in the kitchen perfectly fits the interiors and looks very organic. Some black and gold details, as well as textiles with a geometric print, were also added to complete this stylish interior. Great home!
The design of this luxury townhouse in a prestigious area of London has absorbed the best traditions of royal houses and modern design trends. A tribute to the popular loft style can be found in the lower living room, where there is a whole wall of exposed brick. The picture with the image of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol (I have no doubt that this is an original work) steeply takes out of the ordinary to the World of magic and art. Tribute to royal blood is given here in the design of the bedrooms and bathrooms. Classic calming interiors, space and scale, light and the highest quality of materials – all in light colors (egg shell, elephant bone, milk). Large sofas and armchairs complement the living rooms, here you can place an entire royal family. Elizabeth would definitely like it!