Make An Industrial Loft Your Dream Home

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Many city dwellers salivate over the prospect of living in an urban loft. There’s something about those exposed HVAC ducts, wood beans, and wide open floor plans that makes living among the concrete jungle a much more feasible option in Los Angeles. Perhaps it’s because they often offer better views, or perhaps it’s because finding large space in a city is increasingly hard to come by. What ever your reasoning is, a loft can be just as much your dream home as a large house.

This modern loft in Downtown LA got a face lift with some unique details such as concrete polish floors and new wood floors to match the modern flat panel kitchen cabinets. This Downtown loft proves that even loft can be designed with luxury in mind.

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Designer tip: Keep your entry way simple with an antique hall way table adorned with delicate decor.With so much open space and towering high ceilings,  it's time to curate a gallery wall. The revered design feat is a creative collection of artworks ranging in height, position, and style. From new artists to flea-market finds, the gallery wall is a humble dedication to all forms of creative expression.

 

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Flat panel kitchen cabinets were installed with quartz counter tops and wood floors to make this small kitchen area anything less than spectacular. We used Polished Concrete in the entry way,  and kept the industrial exposed beams and ducting. Making use of the space under the stairway, a chic desk was styled with a chair in this seasons must have color; Mustard.

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Since Downtown Los Angeles is notorious for small spaces, this simple design trick gives the room a spacious appearance, even if it's not. To ensure it stays looking that way, carefully consider your furniture placement. Even if your home isn't an open plan, you can give off the essence of one by thinking about your furniture placement. Once you've decided on your pieces, move them around, really work the space making sure to leave ample "white space" for breathing room.

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Let Spazio LA help with your next remodel! Contact us today for an exclusive and always complimentary in house design estimate. 1.877.624.7772

 

Make An Industrial Loft Your Dream Home

lydia-project3.png

Many city dwellers salivate over the prospect of living in an urban loft. There’s something about those exposed HVAC ducts, wood beans, and wide open floor plans that makes living among the concrete jungle a much more feasible option in Los Angeles. Perhaps it’s because they often offer better views, or perhaps it’s because finding large space in a city is increasingly hard to come by. What ever your reasoning is, a loft can be just as much your dream home as a large house.

This modern loft in Downtown LA got a face lift with some unique details such as concrete polish floors and new wood floors to match the modern flat panel kitchen cabinets. This Downtown loft proves that even loft can be designed with luxury in mind.

lydia project3

Designer tip: Keep your entry way simple with an antique hall way table adorned with delicate decor.With so much open space and towering high ceilings,  it's time to curate a gallery wall. The revered design feat is a creative collection of artworks ranging in height, position, and style. From new artists to flea-market finds, the gallery wall is a humble dedication to all forms of creative expression.

 

lydia project1

Flat panel kitchen cabinets were installed with quartz counter tops and wood floors to make this small kitchen area anything less than spectacular. We used Polished Concrete in the entry way,  and kept the industrial exposed beams and ducting. Making use of the space under the stairway, a chic desk was styled with a chair in this seasons must have color; Mustard.

lydia project2

Since Downtown Los Angeles is notorious for small spaces, this simple design trick gives the room a spacious appearance, even if it's not. To ensure it stays looking that way, carefully consider your furniture placement. Even if your home isn't an open plan, you can give off the essence of one by thinking about your furniture placement. Once you've decided on your pieces, move them around, really work the space making sure to leave ample "white space" for breathing room.

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Let Spazio LA help with your next remodel! Contact us today for an exclusive and always complimentary in house design estimate. 1.877.624.7772

 

Balance Comfort and Style in your Home

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Balance Comfort and Style in your Home  

What does comfort in your home mean? It could mean art work plastered walls or rooms filled with soft linens and lush green plants. Comfort means something different to each of us, and comfort is something we all strive to achieve. It is much more calming to know you can come home from a hard day’s work to a comfortable living environment. Design your home with aspects of life that make you happy, calm and comfortable.

Décor inspired by you

Find your favorite decorative style or colors and bring in touches of yourself. This could mean adding a DIY project you are proud of or reupholstering your favorite chair, find a way to reflect you in every room. When you have kids it may be easier to add comfort, use art work and projects created by your family to hang on the walls, kids naturally bring comfort to a home. Not only can home owners bring comfort to their homes, but apartment dwellers can include pictures of their favorite places to travel, and photo collages to add comfort without having prior authorization from a landlord.  There are no rules or guidelines that are a must to comfort, the possibilities are endless.

Bring nature in

Natural elements are the easiest way to make a home feel comfortable. Take Water for instance, in the home the sound of water is tranquil and meditative. Water walls or fountains in your home can add that natural feel and create a relaxing environment. Natural materials such as wood, stone, live plants and natural textiles feel good to the touch and are visually appealing. Try hanging linen curtains for a natural style. If you can’t bring in the physical natural elements, bring in the colors that remind you of it. Neutral colors as well as blues, greens and browns are good paint colors for that natural feel of comfort.