Nothing beats a backdrop of an industrial loft. Add in some vibrant colours, patterns, textures, and vintage furnishings and you have an eclectic and sophisticated space. This gem is located in a building in Madrid built in 1935 and was transformed by architect Peyo Basurto of Ping Pong Estudio, interior designer María Ruiz-Mateos and stylist Mercedes Díaz de Rábago. It is TO DIE FOR. Via Nuevo Estilo. (Photos: Pablo Sarabia)
There is something so sexy about a black and white space. Make it a downtown LA loft with exposed wooden beams, steel trusses and original hardwood floors and it doesn’t really get much hotter than that! Designed by avant-garde, minimalist interior designer Lukas Machnik.
A wonderful combination of dark and light in this spacious loft in Soho styled by Graham Moss. Lots of fun artwork, great big lounge-y sofas, a sleek kitchen (love the steel display shelving), my favourite wallpaper (Ellie Cashman) and graphic tile in the bathroom make this loft pretty awesome.
Julia Buckingham and her team at Buckingham Interiors + Design are essentially creating magic. These first 7 photos are a prime example. You have a high-rise apartment with nothing architecturally interesting except sweet views and floor to ceiling windows and this firm has turned it into a dynamic and modern space. I added a bunch more photos too because I am really drawn to her unique, creative and bold style.