My breath is taken away featuring this glass-floored loft apartment room found at The Lux Home. The weird perception created is the long glass table that sits before the sofa on the glass floor (the candlesticks and candelabra are sitting on it). Took some focus, and a slight headache, to figure this contemporary interior space out. Love the slate color and white.
I’m in loft love…
Vintage pink fridge…Perfect!
Loft interior in Stockholm.
Interior design by Karim Rashid.
Feeling loft love today…and this one is exquisite. A journey to Italy brings us to the Casa Olivi. This gorgeous minimalist loft was designed in a 300 year old farm house. The breath-taking design was done by Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jerome de Meuron, who I feel did their finest in keeping the architectural details of this house intact.
I absolutely love the rough stone and brick walls that vault to the second floor. Every room opens out with arched doorways bringing in 360 degrees of lush Italian country-side views. A kitchen so minimal and clean. Unbelievable.
Second floor bedrooms with gorgeous white fixtures and windows that open to the view. Peaceful and lovely. Love the wood beamed ceiling.
One of the best parts about this loft: the outdoor terraces for relaxing and entertaining. And check out the view with those rolling hills. Sigh*
The terrace area features this unique infinity pool…This loft is available for holiday let.
Anyone care to go to Italy with me?
More of this gorgeous loft via Loftenberg
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Feeling loft love in Soho today. This cool and eclectic loft apartment on Mercer Street in the Soho area of Manhattan features too many incredible design ideas to mention. This gorgeous loft maintains most of the original industrial details, including iron columns, the original floors, and these unique tin ceilings.
The owners of the space bring their eclectic taste in with the many collected artworks and furniture choices. The open floor plan is free feeling, yet intimate. Natural light floods the loft from the large windows which still maintain original window casings. The light reflects off white walls and the white tin ceilings to brighten the space.
I love this huge three sides book shelf wall that works as a room divider. The lighting over the table is so unique, as well as the decal art on the walls.
The home office is simple, modern and clean, yet keeps the loft feel.
Can’t get over the light fixture in this bathroom.
A touch of warmth in the bedroom with more reds, mushroom colored walls, and unique wallpaper. A nice combination of masculine and feminine.
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Bright and spacious, I’ve found loft love in interior designer, Barbara Littman’s loft in Chelsea, New York. What is inspiring too, is this 69 year old mother of three with six grandchildren, who hasn’t nestled herself into some comfy little cottage-like atmosphere, but is spreading her wings instead of folding them. She went for a master’s degree in architecture in her 50s. Now that’s encouragement. A woman still on the move, Littman teaches interior and furniture design at Kean University in New Jersey and also at the NJ Institute of Technology.
She purchased this loft in 2009 for just under $4 Million. After two years of renovation, $190,000 to revamp to her taste, and with the aid of New York architect Robert D. Henry, Littman now has the space of her dreams.
What she says of her newly renovated loft space: “When I look out the window, I just love being part of the city. It’s the energy here that’s always been something for me.”
More of this loft at Loftenberg.
Barbara Littman on the web.
The Oil Mill Loft, found at Loftenberg.com, is an exquisitely luxurious loft space that is centuries old, located in Extramadura, Spain.
The building was originally constructed in the 12th century by monks. It later became an oil mill.
Due to its historic value, much of the orginal architecture was kept intact. The exposed stone and brickworks, the beams, all add to the incredible fluency of this loft space. The building was neglected for nearly two decades when the current owners took over. They hired architect Ricardo Elizondo to create this inspiring loft home. I love the furniture, the color choices in the interior’s decor, which makes this ancient space so comfortable to live in.
Something about eh blue and beige tones with the stone stops my designer’s heart. I’m simply in love with this Oil Mill Loft!
Feeling some Loft Love?
Check out more of this gorgeous Paris loft here , via Decoholic.