What do you get when you pair a modern white loft in Seville, Spain with a designer who has a passion for 17th to 19th century decor? An unexpected clash of styles that is quite dramatic. By Amaro Sánchez de Moya.
This Atlanta loft is all kinds of awesome, from the exposed support beamed ceiling and floor to crittall-style ceiling window to the industrial mixed with glam decor. Where many styles mix to produce something eclectic and fantastic. Designed by Brian Patrick Flynn.
“The Beldi is a converted loft space in the heart of Shoreditch, east London, overlooking St Leonard’s Church and its surrounding treetops. The light and open plan of the space reflects its history as a shoe factory, and the patterned use of handmade Beldi tiles is used to delineate the space within. Simplicity and craft come together in this verdant volume, forming an oasis from the urban jungle below.”
I believe I have found my dream home … by Chan and Eayrs.
Can it be love at first sight? Can I be so smitten with a home? Let’s just take a moment to take it all in. A loft. Tick. In New York. Goes without saying. Exposed brick walls. Also another given but then a light infused, dreamy interior that mixes industrial with boho, modern with artisan? Swoon. If I had to sell my soul to the devil for just one space I think it might just be that marble and brick kitchen. Soho Loft by Tina Rich Design.
Photography by Christian Torres
It’s a little slice of heaven. A NYC loft with fabulous bones and an interior by design firm Sissy + Marley. Light floods in through arched windows while oak floors and exposed beams enhance the industrial feel. One moment it’s dramatic, the next serene but always a chic, always inspiring, family home. If luxury loft living in the Big Apple has been a dream of yours I suggest you move towards the light.