After purchasing and remodeling a TriBeCa loft, the homeowner contacted Decor Aid to help furnish the space and bring it all together for the family.
An open floor plan and lots of natural light set the tone for the design concept, which needed to accommodate a newborn baby and the client’s desire to outfit the space with industrial-inspired furniture that was also flexible for entertaining. The owner demanded a big open space to invite the whole family here and enjoy, and so the living space, kitchen and dining nook were united.
Nixing the original idea of an all-white color concept, Decor Aid suggested contrasty, textured neutrals inspired by the white-washed brick. Besides the main colors, muted taupes and cloudy greys, they incorporated a variety of materials, like cowhide, suede, cotton linen weaves, fur, and matte metal. The biggest statement is the lighting installation, which includes a series of FLOS String Lights hung at different heights.
The bathroom keeps the décor theme of the whole space, it’s done in greys and white, with concrete and penny tiles, its look is modern and rather fresh.
The loft design proves that you can really get industrial décor looking cozy, peaceful and perfect for a large family even, though this style is often considered rough.