Love the Side of Loft Living

6 Jun

Love the Side of Loft Living

When decorating a loft, take off the limits by contemplating decoration styles generally not seen in such a distance. Initially, a loft brings to mind industrial fixtures, concrete floors, soaring ceilings, and naked windows rather than elegant chandeliers, seagrass carpets, and wood paneling. Pictures featured in this ideabook show a different facet of loft living and open up our eyes into boundless decor choices. Never though you could live in a loft? This ideabook may motivate one to give it another thought.

Angela Todd Designs, Portland, OR

You do not have to rely on glamour simply because you are in an industrial area. A rich color palette, custom drapery, faux finished walls and nailhead trimmed doors operate together to add luxury to this attic.

A attic coated in pristine white paint sets the stage for a house inspired by a beachside cabin. Slipcovered seats and wall-to-wall seagrass around the ground can help to heal homesickness of a beach bum turned city slicker.

Angela Todd Designs, Portland, OR

If it were not for the exposed metal beams, an individual would never guess this cozy residence, with its fireplace, built-ins, and traditional furnishings, is actually a loft flat.

Rupal Mamtani

Transfer your nation aesthetic to the city. A generous dining table surrounded by loom seats and hearty wood cupboard makes an old-fashioned nation feast feel exactly right in the city.

Distressed furniture, glistening floors and a classic chandelier provide an eclectic mix that is both surprising and appealing in this modern attic area. The walls, ceiling and flooring behave as a neutral canvas to unify the entire look.

Stephenson Design Collective

Shocking to see wood paneling at a loft rather than steel, concrete, and brick — yet its existence is warm and welcoming.

Dufner Heighes Inc

Resembling a resort suite more than a loft bedroom, this tranquil space made in a creamy palette of neutrals gives clues on the best way to attain serenity in the city.


Earthy hues, the organic carpet, handsome wood floors and lush greenery operate together to provide a loft space an cultural appeal. High ceilings make room for tall trees and leads to indoor air quality, too.

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