Lofts can be incredibly tricky to design well (key word in that sentence is “well”). I know it might sound ideal- a space that is essentially a blank canvas just waiting for great design to emerge- but as many may know, a blank canvas is not always the best. Essentially the thing that makes a loft amazing is the same thing that makes it hard to design well: the open layout. An open layout is ideal for singles –the bachelor and bachelorettes of the world- but add another person and all the sudden walls are essential for survival. But, of course, the reason a loft is so appealing is that open and airy nature. People forget though that you still need to divide the space and allow for that same privacy a typical home provides. I’m talking about doors and walls people. Yes open and airy is nice but when you’re getting dressed in the morning and you have a guest, doors and walls are kind of essential.
That said, when I see a well-designed loft that still feels like a home, I’m always impressed (and not going to lie, pretty envious). This loft is just that. It still maintains that open and airy feel but divides its space in a way that turns it into a functional (beautifully designed) home.