Sometimes you hit the aesthetic jackpot and for us, luxury lofts are truly the epitome of New York style living. Part industrial, part rustic and pure chic style. Every inch of this type of interior is carefully considered from statement lounges to the large scale pendant lighting, hung casually with an industrial touch of iron chain. Again floor to ceiling windows let in an abundance of natural light to balance such heavily defined loft characteristics.
1. Decadent Bedrooms
Taking cues from industrial design this New York loft bedroom is everything loft living dreams are made of! From the oversized windows and the soaring glass ceiling to the exposed rafters and worn parquetry floor, who wouldn't want to wake up to this skyline view every day from this decadent bed!
2. Ravishing Reading Rooms
This brooding yet ever so beautiful reading room sits atop a 19th-century building in New York City, a secret nook within a loft apartment. Proof that not all loft-style living needs to be bright and airy to be captivating and incredibly chic. Remember in loft living it is all about how you utilise the space you have to create the ideal interior for you and yours.
3. Luxury Living
In this Manhattan loft the bold, luxe and daring are juxtaposed oh so skilfully with the pared back, industrial bones of the building to create an aesthetic that is not only unique but overwhelmingly hip. Oversized artworks and statement furniture in a mostly monochrome palette are key factors in achieving this achingly edgy look.
4. Urban Utopia
Often used in loft-style living, this industrial style door framing is the perfect way to define spaces into designated zones such as the bedroom seen here. Pops of rust orange compliment the charcoal grey colour scheme to sheer perfection whilst the pale grey curtains hint at the addition of privacy when needed in what is often an open plan style of architecture.
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5. Manhattan Minimal
Loft style is predominantly defined as a more minimalistic approach to interior design and this Chelsea loft apartment kitchen is no exception. Whilst the bones of the architecture are kept minimal, colour and textural accents are used to add plenty of warmth, visual interest and unique character into this otherwise paired backspace. It is all about the small details and the results are breathtaking.
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