The loft-style living room design is based on the basic features of the composition, which originated in the 1940s due to the interest of bohemia in the vacant factory premises. In a matter of months, the workshops transformed from art workshops to luxury housing, accessible only to wealthy lawyers, financiers and businesspersons. Therefore, it is not surprising that in this style you can find traits of asceticism of “half-starved” creators and luxury of high society:
The palette remains mostly cold – standard colors of metal pipes, equipment and various units. Although vintage rooms store the warmth of terracotta bricks, copper and bronze pipelines, machinery and brass parts.
Large windows remain open for maximum effective natural light. However, lamps also occupy an important place. The highlight is the use of metal, wood, paper and plastic to create geometrically correct and, conversely, asymmetric lampshades.
Furniture is usually characterized by increased comfort, albeit a simple design.
Many details are multifunctional. Moreover, this is not only about technology: cabinets, partitions and racks are combined to transform independently and modify the room.
Elements of the loft in the apartment, and in the living room in particular, are harmonious, but this harmony often lies in contrast. Design features and industrial features do not contradict a person’s desire to live in comfort, so there should be those details that are necessary for complete convenience and coziness.