Industrial flats with exposed brick walls are such a blast – we can never be tired of writing about them! They allow every interior designer to make contrasts between styles, and most importantly, they preserve some of the place’s heritage. Today we present you one of these impressive flats based in London.
Located on Archer Street in the heart of the Soho neighbourhood in the West End of London, this impressive apartment is all about bringing two contrasting worlds together in a trendy way.
The entire space was remodelled by the current owner, along with Michaelis Boyd Associates, to create a dashing home that showcases its heritage in a proud fashion. While the house’s exposed brick walls remind the guests of its past, the eco-friendly modern features and decor create an energy-efficient green home environment.
With 114 square meters (1 227 square feet), the apartment blends rustic, industrial and contemporary elements in an updated aesthetic.
A large living room welcomes all guests with its cosy ambience and two symmetrical fireplaces, along with wooden furnishings that make the space even more inviting. A small but generously equipped kitchen with modern appliances creates a transition between the living area and the extra spacious bedroom.
The designing team opted for beautiful wood flooring throughout the industrial apartment. The use of glass and glossy, lacquered surfaces brings an interesting visual contrast – a smart choice!
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The entire flat exudes a spacious and modern appeal. Everyone hosted can easily notice a seamless amalgamation of different design styles from one room to another. The framed windows offer outstanding city views, while the stylish decor and the motorbike in the living room usher in a hint of playfulness.
DelightFULL‘s floor lamp Herbie in copper coated brass and black lacquered aluminium. The classic street lamp revisited by DelightFULL design team perfectly matches an industrial loft’s decor with its colour scheme. The lacquered black recalls the austereness of the industrial atmosphere, while the coated brass blends with the exposed brick walls.
Content source: Sherry Nothingam for www.decoist.com | Photography by Richard Brine and DelightFULL
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