Bond Street loft

Posted on Wed, 17 Jun 2015 by KiM

Yes, I continue to have lofty dreams. This loft, again by DHD Architecture and Design is a gorgeous blend of industrial and chic. This pied-à-terre loft with soaring fourteen foot ceilings, sits within a classic cast iron building in the heart of Noho, NYC. It is home to a couple who are serious about their art. The wide plank grey oak floors and white gallery walls set the palette for an art filled environment. A custom designed silk rug fills the main space, while the large-scale Lindsey Adelman light installation hangs above. The furniture, a mix of vintage and classic contemporary, were carefully curated to create a home that is elegant and subtle yet eclectic. The use of cowhide, mohair, woven leather and velvet create subtle textures against the painted brick and wood planked walls. (Photos: Rick Lew)

Axie says:

I really like this, and the mirror in the nook is simple but brilliant for opening it up. I'm still deciding on the log jam wall art thingy though..

Teez says:

That "melting bulbs" piece has got to be one of the most enchanting chandeliers I've ever seen.

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