Loft from English - attic.
Everything turned out as always - spontaneously. In the post-war period (the end of the 40s of the last century), a program was carried out to restore abandoned industrial buildings. Reconstruction means the re-equipment of abandoned factories and factories into living quarters, workshops, offices.
In the meantime, there is no need to worry about it. ”
Walls painted with white matte emulsion, bare brickwork or - for a more modern city spirit - smooth concrete.
Reclaimed floorboards, looped and covered with light clear lacquer (or as they were), softened by an eccentrically bold colored rug.
Internal partitions made of glass blocks, especially for separating the territory of the kitchen or bathroom. Sometimes glass blocks replace windows.
Modern home appliances, from immaculate steel plates to stunning TVs.
The juxtaposition of ultra-modern light woods with ethnic or antique pieces creates the "personality" of the interior.
The abundance and spaciousness of "seating" - armchairs the size of a sofa, and sofas of absolutely gigantic proportions. A real loft needs eye-catching effects to avoid looking empty and dull.
"Open Access" - from double-sided shelving, which can be used as partitions, to independent shelves, as if floating on the walls.
Furniture on casters for easy change.
Is this style for me?
Loft style is ideal for you if you:
love furniture of clear, and household appliances - laconic forms
don't like mess
adore space, light and air at home
prefer open-plan housing of one or two rooms and things - so that smaller
live in a modern apartment or house
In no case, if at least one statement is true:
I need my own room to take a break from home sometimes
I need comfort in the house
I hate the very idea of minimalism
I have my own and very beautiful style