If you have been considering the thought of owning a loft or you already own one, here are a few sophisticated loft design ideas that we are currently obsessed with.
Utilize the entire space
Do not be afraid to fill the space with pieces that bring its core essence to the forefront of the home. The idea is to have the home feel as personal as possible even though lofts are extremely contemporary.
Loft living is all about utilizing the entire space. The concept itself comes from the idea of having an open space that has all of your necessary pieces. You want to use the entire space to its maximum potential. Doing so will ensure the space comes to life and every room works to its full potential.
There’s just something very appealing and intricate to look at when you have oversized artwork displayed throughout the home. It seems to bring any space back to life while having that personalized touch that speaks about the homeowner and their personal style.
Oversized artwork is one of the best ways to decorate your loft and bring personality to it. There’s just something so genuine and fun about having art that speaks to you and the person you are. Consider having duplicates of the same artwork to have that seamless blend throughout.
The beauty of industrial styling is how easy it is to incorporate any other decorative style. This is mainly do to the concept that industrial styling is a free flowing format. Therefore, the options are truly endless.
An industrial style is a perfect way to define, a space in a loft setting. There’s something very cool about this decorating style that is very fitting with the aesthetics a loft has. Use darker rustic hues for the perfect pairing contrast.
The idea of a minimal decor style is to have all your necessities without all of the unneeded clutter. Doing so will allow the space to make the bold statement its intended to make on its very own.
A minimalist approach is perfect when you have a large space that needs to feel open and airy yet there have essentials incorporated. We love a minimalist approach for a loft because it allows the home to come to life with the architecture instead of with multiple different furniture pieces.
Dark & Masculine
Masculine decor is notorious for being simple yet striking. The key is having dark pieces that make a statement while keeping the rest of the decor simple enough in the room.
Masculine décor is commonly known for the use of darker hues, and warm wood tones which is why it works so well in a loft setting. Add dark hues of wood as the flooring and keep the rest of the décor simple with pieces that scream masculine yet in a softer appeal.
Don’t Forget Color
Color can be incorporated in multiple different ways including colorful furniture. Its one of the easiest way of getting color into your decor without rearranging your space. Consider a colorful sofa for a beautiful contrast.
Color is one of the best ways to bring personality to any setting, especially to a loft because it there are two levels of the home, therefore, you can change color or even mix and match them to create that personalized look. Additionally, add bits of bold hues where they are least expected such as the kitchen, powder room, and/or a foyer.
If you don’t want to pair your living room with lounge piece consider using a corner as a lounge space instead. Doing so allows you to have that relaxing corner that has transformed into something useful thanks to your new decorating pieces.
Lofts have big open living rooms which plays a huge role in the way your décor is laid out. We recommend a colorful lounge with a fun sofa and easy seating. The idea is to use simple cushion seats instead of chairs for that lounge feel that brings the space that classic “hippie” vibe.