This bedroom demonstrates more of the openness of the loft with a blackened steel window wall that looks into the ensuite bathroom. Here, and throughout the home, original details like exposed brick, steel and wide plank wood floors are gracefully combined with contemporary furnishings.
The guest bathroom features walls lined in blackened steel diamond plate, cement tile floors and a cement floating sink designed by Andrea Michaelson. The open shower creates a spacious feel. The contemporary design style with industrial modern touches carries throughout the home.
This home's staircase combines both traditional and contemporary influences. The blackened steel and original concrete walls add an industrial flair to the area, while the staircase's glass and wood combination add a modern element to the space.
During the renovation of a kitchen, dining, and living area, the team at Chioco Design incorporated strong, pared-down design elements, including a clerestory window above the wall of cabinets and a blackened steel vent hood. Instead of choosing bright colors for the space, or even an all-white palette, they used a selection of muted shades that keep the focus on the architecture. “The muted colors in this space offers a neutral palette for which form and light are the main contributors,” say the designers.