Loft-style interior

Interior Styles vary greatly, and loft is one of the most popular and trendy ones. The concept of the style can be roughly formulated as “minimum walls, maximum space.”

At the heart of the style lies Andy Warhol’s idea. It was the creator of pop art who first suggested using abandoned factories, workshops, warehouses, and attics as living spaces. The main feature of the style lies in the combination of different architectural compositions. Thus, rough textures (brick walls, pipes, ventilation systems) are combined with modern motifs – modern technology, mirrors, metal, and furniture with straight angles.

Now, more details about furniture

Furniture should be as functional and simple as possible. It is best to prefer a cold color palette. Make sure there are large windows in the room. Moreover, it is not worth decorating them. It is best to minimize decorative elements. Loft is good because the drawbacks for other styles (rough surfaces, open ventilation, etc.) turn into advantages for the “attic” interior. If you want to turn a room / part of an apartment into a loft, remember two rules: furniture should be large-scale and in an underground style. Bar stools, artificially distressed leather, metal details, long tables, non-lifting chairs, and wood are the best examples.

You can take as an example the “silver” factory of Andy Warhol, covered with foil, or watch some movie about life in Manhattan 30-40 years ago.

Who is the loft style suitable for?

First of all, it is a style for creative people. Loft can easily be transformed into a creative workshop, exhibition hall, home theater, or a luxurious room with a bar for spending time with friends. The “attic” style allows you to implement the most bold and unusual ideas.

Loft is about bold eclectic solutions, combining classics, factory roughness, and modern high-tech equipment and accessories.