The loft design is something more complicated than it seems. When using furniture and decorative objects we think especially of space, because the loft does not contain any partitions .
So, it's a very ingenious task - pay attention to convenience or aesthetics? You will see in our loft design examples that the creators have managed to combine these two elements perfectly and to create a modern, functional and creative space.
Loft design by Arrital Cucine, luxurious and in natural tones
The first example you have already seen is the natural loft in white and beige tones by the Italians of Arrital Cucine . It is luxurious and quite extensive which makes it easier for designers. But when you do not have enough space, you will have to think of other solutions. You will see below a beautiful example of a smaller loft design in a very modern industrial style.
Mothiform designers did a great job in this loft
Another proposal, this time by Nudesign, shows that the loft could be bine colored and not just in neutral colors . The designers used different tiles with a vintage look to recreate a specific trendy and retro vibe. The vertical use of space is the main tool for most loft designs and in this variant you can see it even more clearly. Take a look at all the designs we have chosen:
The colorful loft with decoration in very diverse
Furniture in lofts often serves as partitions
Very modernist variant by Piotr Czech
This loft even has its own terrace upstairs
Absolute minimalism in black and white by Dragon Art
The plan of the loft in black and white
More feminine example with touches in pink
And another more masculine proposal with brick wall