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I find raw, industrial spaces very inspiring. Location shoot venues are my favourites as they are typically filled with some of the most random bits of furniture and oddities (ie. a pommel horse, because you never know what type pf photo shoot or movie might need that!). Shoot Factory has some of the most eclectic and quirky industrial spaces around so I went through their site and picked out some spaces that really stood out. Now I want to go thrifting!!

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Yet another loft

To end off loft madness week (this was totally unplanned) I wanted to share this former warehouse with you (I think it is located in Montreal). This one has lots of great industrial touches - also with help from some exposed beams and ductwork and what appear to be original concrete floors. I would be perfectly happy living in a space like this. Via Decormag

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A family loft in Brooklyn

It is a loft marathon here at DTI this week! WOHOO! I happened to have found another one over the weekend while on a google search marathon. I came across it via the website of editor/stylist/designer Rebecca Robertson, who designed this Dumbo loft (along with her husband Marco Pasanella) for a family of 4. It is such a fantastic space with exposed brick painted white, an eclectic mix of furnishings and art, and the cutest display of café au lait bowls. My obsession with lofts will never wane if I keep finding such great spaces! Photos via Remodelista by Matthew Williams.

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A masculine loft 

This loft is one of my favourite homes I have featured this year. I FREAKING LOVE THIS. I saw a glimpse of it on The Bowerbirds and lost my mind. Yesterday was a feminine loft and today it is much more masculine. And as much as I loved yesterday's loft, this one IS IT. The creation of Jenny Wolf Interiors

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A feminine loft

This is the loft of interior designer Heather Garrett. It is distinctively feminine, totally gorgeous and a dream space. Especially the first room below. LOVE! Turn a 1,100 s/f warehouse loft into a spacious 3 bedroom/2 bath apartment? With some solid geometry and careful space planning, Heather did just that. Her growing family needed more space (her children, 10 and 12, were now too old to share a room), and a single bath was definitely not cutting it. With 21′ high ceilings, there was room for a badly needed second level. So Heather designed a floating staircase using locally reclaimed pine from neighboring warehouses, leading to a pair of bedroom with shared bath and “hangout” spot where the kids could read, play piano, or just get a (little) distance from mom downstairs. The result is light and bright, with a spacious feel. (Photos by John Bessler)

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