Home in West Coast is all about light, airy and coziness. A pristine loft apartment with soaring ceilings and monumental windows in a historic 19th-century building in NYC was just transformed into a cozy West -Coast-like home. Here are the highlights of our favorites.
The loft is full of natural light. So the earthy elements such as wood panelings were introduced to anchor this light-filled space. We love this mixed-media piece by Thea Djordjadze over the console. A stump stool is just adorable. The take-away design lesson here is to have the master artwork and unique furnishings in the entry to create that wow factor while using earthy elements to delivery an inviting and understated feel.
The low-back curved sofa and chairs and round-shaped furniture in this seating area not only make an elegant statement but also invite intimacy to this high-ceiling loft. Who wouldn’t want to chill out here or carry an interesting conversation?
White-on-white tones create such a dreamy cloud-like palette. Pops of color on the book shelving unit and sofa infuse a dose of happiness and youthful energy to the space. A large size of painting by French artist Isabelle Cornaro dominates this family library and emphasizes the ethereal feeling of the loft.
Kitchen & Dining
This all-white kitchen is so surreal ad has a sculpture feel. A large white range-hood box right above the center island anchors the whole kitchen/dining space and proportionally please our eye. And two of white pendants over the wood dining table continue the white thread while the wood and leather materials here soften the space and bring in organic vibes.
The peachy grass-cloth wallpaper adds texture and warmth to this modern bathroom. We love the wall-to-wall clean-lined high gloss white vanity. The artwork on the counter adds personality while the vintage rug and petite wooden chair create nice contrast with this minimalism white vanity and soften the space.
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