My client is a late 30’s bachelor. He was in the market for a loft, not a loft style condo or townhouse, but a true loft, industrial styling, exposed brick, etc. Only problem, when he saw a true loft space, he became completely overwhelmed about how to divide and live in the space. Of course, that is where I stepped in. We concluded that although the loft style really appealed to him, a more typical divided space was more conducive to his lifestyle. He had a great budget, but also wanted to get a lot of bang for his buck. As with every project, I mixed high and low, vintage and new.
Here is the floorplan I developed:
Here is the furniture and accessories selected for the entry:
The master bath needed some further revision, I just space planned it to ensure all the necessities would fit. Upon further reflection (the kind where you awake with a lightbulb in the middle of the night), I would put the toilet in a water closet and put back to back double vanities instead of the trough sink
So what happened? This client fell in love and ultimately decided that the loft wasn’t right for their lifestyle together and put his loft back on the market. Oh well, this design work will inevitably find itself in to my new project for them. This time a custom built home in the suburbs.