If you’ve got to live in a small space, why not make it a loft? Nothing like soaring cielings to make you forget how little square footage you actually have. That’s why I love this little downtown Salt Lake CIty, Utah loft for sale by cityhomeCollective. It’s a 452 sq ft space with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom over 2 floors with a little patio to boot. LOVE the brick exterior, original hardwood and exposed ductwork. A funky bachelor pad(or bachlorette if you throw in some feminine touches).
Check out this fabulous loft by Dirk Denison Architects in collaboration with Sara Story Design. It’s just the right amount of modern design, sophistication and comfort. The black steel (?) beams and black framed windows are a cool, graphic touch, and I love the sleek integrated look to the kitchen cabinetry. Yep, I could certainly live here.
Three interiors from Honolulu/San Francisco based interior design firm Philpotts. The first, a loft in SF with a distinct industrial vibe, dare one say, perhaps leaning a little towards steampunk. The second is a teenager’s room where every inch of the small space has been considered and put to use. Love the clever bed nook. Change the colours and accessories to suit your style because this design is a winner or should that be a pinner? Finally an Asian inspired show house room where the firm’s Hawaiian roots are subtly present.
Stylist, art director, interior designer, creative. Many hats, one man – Stef Bakker of the Amsterdam based Studio Bakker. Moody greys, industrial elements, vintage, warm wood and patina. It’s a tactile, stimulating and inspiring.
One day, I have to experience living in a loft. With soaring ceilings, massive windows, exposed brick and concrete…lofts will always be one of my favourite spaces. I fell in love with this dreamy loft, designed by Brazilian architect and designer Luiz Fernando Grabowsky – it has everything I mentioned and more. That storage wall in the kitchen/dining area is gorgeous and totally functional. The art wall over the bed draws your eyes up and is a perfect contrast to the opposing storage wall. LOVE!! (via Casa e Decoração)