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Dave is a longtime reader of our blog and recently wrote us to share his absolutely incredible Montréal loft with us, that he had torn down to the studs and completely renovated in 2018. Unfortunately he now has to sell it but wanted to share it with us before he leaves. A bit of info about it: 15ft ceilings, exposed brisk, 2 gas fireplaces, 2+1 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, living space of 1760 sq ft and a mezzanine of 900 sq ft, private roof top terrace 21′ x 34′. Dane not included 😉
WOW!!!! I am totally smitten. This loft has EVERYTHING. Thank you Dave for sharing your home with us!
A few before photos to show you the extent of the work that was done…

In the event you are in the market for the loft of your dreams, here is the listing.

This Tribeca loft is everything I could want in the industrial loft I’ve been dreaming about for a quarter of a century. Exposed brick and sprinkler pipes, archways, decorative tin ceilings are juxtaposed with elegant and refined furnishings and built-ins that add a luxurious feel. The result is dramatic and polished but very cozy. Designed by Studio DB. Photography by Matthew Williams.

A very open concept Brooklyn loft

Posted on Thu, 20 Jan 2022 by KiM

Designer Jenny Dina Kirschner of JDK Interiors bought a 1,400 square foot studio loft in Brooklyn with 30-foot ceilings and renovated it top to bottom, creating a wonderfully bright and very much open space for her and her family (result was 2,000 sq feet with an 1,100 square foot rooftop terrace). Now this is loft living at its finest. I adore her massive statement chandelier that once hung in a church in Amsterdam, and how her office turns easily into a guest room thanks to a handy murphy bed. (Photos: Ryan Dausch)

Notting Hill artist studio

Posted on Mon, 29 Nov 2021 by KiM

Two things about this Notting Hill artist studio that I must point out. 1 – Black walls win over white any day. 2 – If you are going to go minimal, do it like this. Earthy, edgy and textured. Saskia Blyth of Blyth-Collinson Interiors is responsible for nailing this space.

Light and earthy in Austin

Posted on Wed, 20 Oct 2021 by KiM

If light and bright and warm and modern is up your alley then this feature is definitively for you! A savvy professional young woman bought her architecturally noteworthy home in Austin, Texas and reached out to Veneer Designs in Los Angeles to make her design intent come to life. Working remotely to oversee a light kitchen renovation and coordinating furniture, ligtiing, and decor orders, this project proves anything is possible in the digital era. With an owner who is willing to roll up their sleeves and get intricately involved, the warm earthy minimalist style she was looking to achieve fell into place effortlessly. Photos: Charlotte Lea