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!
In this spacious and bright apartment in the heart of New York, you can easily feel yourself like being somewhere outside the city in a beautiful modern residence. It is because designers from Chango & Co used here some solutions that are common in country houses: these are wooden beams, vintage dining table, traditional sofa with natural upholstery, and wicker chairs. But the apartment is not completely traditional – the kitchen here is decorated in a modern style, as well as a bedroom and a bathroom. Excellent mix of urban and country!
Ideal rental apartment means everything is compact and comfy, but apart from that, it’s important that the interior has a sense of space, and the design is unique and memorable. This small loft in a 18th-century building in the heart of Lyon has it all. Instead of popular brick walls here we have walls of beautiful stone, and the bedrooms were arranged at the mezzanine level. By the way, in the past it was a silk factory, the memory of which still lives in the city. An excellent home for a weekend in a wonderful French city!
When an interior designer is engaged in decorating a house for a fashion designer, it is always an interesting task. But in this case, the result exceeded all expectations. The home of Eduardo Rivera in Madrid turned out to be incredibly cool, stylish and unique. The color palette is a mix of blue tones and shades. Attractive deep blue can be found on the walls and on upholstered furniture. There is something magnetic about the interiors. Details in retro style (typewriter, bookcases, mirror cupboard in the bathroom) give the space an irony and ease, an element of play and mystery, but at the same time, the industrial features take us down to the ground. The design is versatile, like the person for which it was designed!
Usually, when it’s a former industrial space, we expect to see rough surfaces of concrete and brick, dark color scheme and a brutal masculine atmosphere. But in this Canadian loft in the downtown of Toronto, everything is different: although the space once served as a production facility, now it is a refined and bright modern home, perfectly suitable for a family. At the same time, the apartment has not lost the charm of the industrial premise: huge windows and high ceilings do their work. Great!
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!
Today we want to share a purely Scandinavian, but very cozy modern wooden house in Finland. Raw industrial elements and white color are beautifully mixed with natural wooden surfaces shade and expressive accents of black color. There is nothing superfluous in the house, only the most necessary furniture and decor. Excellent option for a summer house or a weekend-home!
As we know, the best lofts in Kiev usually go to Slava Balbek, and he knows exactly what to do with them. Today we have a new project by this talented designer – a large apartment on the top floor in one of the city skyscrapers. In decoration you can easily recognize the signature industrial style of the designer, where which concrete surfaces, open space and simple but stylish minimal furniture predominate. Amazing modern home!
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!