Dreamy Houses In The City Of Stars.
In a city where dreams are coming alive every minute, a loft seems the desired home. In the city that never sleeps, a home must have the same feeling don’t you think? Let these New York lofts make you fall in love with them, get that je ne sais quois you’ve been waiting to get your hand on and get inspired to create your dream home!
The first New York loft we’re going to present you with is owned by Alina Preciado, designer, artist and owner of online homewares store, Dar Gitane. Her loft warehouse apartment on the Brooklyn waterfront was love at first sight. Even though the complete renovation of the space took a few years, the designer didn’t let her dream home get away and voilá! – A complete loft design to dream about.
This Chelsea loft is all in one. It might seem a bit crowded at first but it’s a fairly good place to live in. The whole house is filled with the vintage industrial style. From head to toe, the industrial interior decor has several key aspects that make it unique. From the steel accessory where the owner places his gadgets to the big windows and the wholesome vintage sign in the wall, this home has it all.
The next big thing is this cosy loft owned by Jose Alvarez. The way the white colours in the walls fill the space with brightness and space make the room have a clean aura to it. The exposed brick walls and raw concrete feeling bring up the history of the building.
Splashes of colour seem to be the one to make a statement piece in this industrial loft style. The key and unique features of the industrial style make an appearance but the colours in the decor are the kings of this interior.
The last one we’re going to present you is leaning more towards the minimal style. Big spaces, luxurious tastes and a dose of the mixed style complete the look of this industrial loft design in Brooklyn neighbourhood of Sunset Park. Owned by the Dutch stylist Carin Scheve, just the whole space of the home is something to dream by.
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