By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, September 10th, 2018 - 02:27:25 AM.
This diverse Denver loft is 185.8 square meters and has been created by Rebecca Robeson. The clients asked an informal strategy, upgraded with high-end furniture, fixtures and finishes. Fulfilling all was a bit tricky however, the designer triumphed.
To start with, the designer included that a contemporary vibe into the dwelling. Wood flooring has been replaced with hardwood planks, creating a unified appearance throughout your apartment. Engineered brick veneer and barn wood walls were inserted, as well as fresh frosted glass doors, creating a really striking array of finishes and textures.
From the kitchen, Robeson implemented the full renovation strategy, with custom made furniture, fresh tile walls and elaborate storage solutions. Exposed pipes against concrete ceilings incorporate a lively, industrial touch with New lighting systems along with Smart Home technologies were employed throughout.
Floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate the space, giving a vantage view of this city. The modernized bedrooms appear particularly inviting, with fluffy cushions and rugs, whereas playful decorative items throughout earn the loft feel dynamic. A reclaimed wooden walls, exposed pipes along with a crystal lamps and mirrors create a creative and odd space. Get inspired with more thoughts using the home below!
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