We’re taking style to new heights with some of our favorite loft spaces, like this breathtaking transformation of the old Tribeca Soap Factory (pictured above.) We love how the architect, Andrew Franz, took inspiration from the natural world while maintaining the original structure as much as possible.
Another airy attic that caught our eye was this space in Turin, Italy. Originally a loft, the attic was transformed into a livable space for the family of four.
In Seattle, this loft mixes materials and features concrete brick, stainless steel, blackened steel, and mirrors for added texture.
Our Cora stools provide a stylish seating solution for this high-ceilinged home. The upholstery complements the marble countertop and dark beams.
When can we come over?! This drool-worthy open-concept kitchen, dining and living room feature our Lars chair, Corbett table and Doyle chairs. The bright white walls and strategic lighting eliminate dark corners.
What loft space is your favorite?