Nothing provides better retreat from the heat wave in the city than loft apartments. In addition to bringing a moment of respite, these airy spaces are in high demand as they constitute the perfect stage for a decorating frenzy! Let’s not forget that they also allow for an entresol – seriously, who wouldn’t want that? We have selected 10 loft spaces that stole our hearts this hot season – let them do the same to you. 😉
For starters, a loft that has features of… a greenhouse. The owner decided to put plants wherever possible, and the result can be called a genuine success. If you have a high ceiling and a lot of floor space, do not hesitate to use the plants. In high spaces they will hang down beautifully (especially when placed in meticulous macramés) and adorn your interior like no other decoration.
This 19th-century factory has been renovated to become a 1,400-square-foot loft in New York. Designed by Søren Rose Studio, the TriBeCa apartment still has many original details and represents the perfect balance between the architecture of New York and the minimalist Scandinavian style. Unbelievable!
The Hunting for George brand collaborated with the design studio Melbourne Grazia & Co in the production of this unique loft. Filled with chic details and designer furniture, the space does not cease to impress. In truth, it is a rather masculine interior, but it does not lack a touch of warmth and welcoming atmosphere.
Now something more feminine for a change. The dark floor and bright walls in this loft are the perfect backdrop for pink and red accessories. Fancy pictures on the walls, deer’s head and patterned wallpaper suggest that an artistic soul is the inhabitant of this interior.
An old pine floor, wooden vintage furniture, potted plants and a wonderful glazing between rooms… This loft found on Emily Johnston’s Instagram looks almost like a movie location. The authenticity of vintage elements is delightful, and the gallery of graphics on the wall gives a contemporary look. We are ready to move in even today!
This loft proves that nothing warms the space up like an antique rug. Surrounded by white walls and a concrete floor, the carpet introduces coziness and organizes the space, separating the seating area. Its brown elements beautifully correspond with the amazingly impressive, wooden ceiling.
In truth it is only a fragment of the entire loft space, but it must have been included in our ranking. To make use of the height of the room, the owner decided to hang a net in between floors. It looks amazing – the impression must be way better in real life, especially when your favorite book is at hand. A great idea for replacing a classic hammock.
This rather masculine loft impressed us with the organization of space. In fact, there is not a single unused corner – the mezzanine houses a bed and books, just below there is the workspace, and not so far the couch and TV awaits. Not all lofts are of considerable size, but sometimes moderate height is enough to neatly add an extra room.
In this loft, the owners decided not to build a full mezzanine that visually would significantly reduce the height of the room. Instead, they arranged a small suspended platform to which a ladder leads. The effect resembles a treehouse, where you can indulge in your passions. Vinyl records and books suggest that this exactly was the intention behind the hanging room.
This idea is somewhat reminiscent of the previous one, but in a more elaborate form. The library located in the niche on the first floor looks absolutely impressive and perfectly reflects the character of the owner. Individual decorative elements in the style of boho (the bowl on the wall, colorful frame mirror and hats) give lightness to dark wood.