Looking in from the covered terrance, this luxury penthouse loft in Dallas, TX, features an open concept in style and design. The first floor living space couples a light-and-dark gray color combo that gives the space a lighter feel, while the concrete accents and metal staircase draw the eye to the second floor with a grand piano.
To further play up the industrial modern cottage vibe in this small beach house, a concrete slab floor and industrial HVAC vent running through the ceiling were left in place. Shiplap was added to one accent wall to bring in that coastal element. A blue painted sliding door opens into the bathroom and brings a little bit of color to this space.
This Dallas, TX penthouse loft is filled with architectural detail, offering a spacious second floor living area with polished concrete floors, exposed concrete ceiling with fan, and privacy walls with bonus shelving.
Exposed concrete walls give this basement hangout an industrial vibe. The space is made more inviting with a pool table, large black and white portraits and a white couch with bold lettered throw pillows.
Exposed concrete, oversized windows and 22 ft. ceilings catch the eye in this modern, industrial-style penthouse living space. Guests can enjoy a downtown Dallas view from the couch or the covered terrace outside.
This stunning Dallas penthouse features a crisp, white eat-in kitchen with 22 ft. exposed concrete ceilings, oak hardwood flooring, and high-end appliances. The island is topped with white marble and seats four guests comfortably.
Check out this transitional master bedroom with a pop of color in the accent wall with floral wallpaper. An exposed concrete beam can be seen above the traditional white bed with decorative throw pillows and a white, rustic nightstand.
The living room on the first floor of this penthouse loft features classic industrial design. With plenty of space for hosting parties, the living area shares polished concrete flooring, exposed concrete beams and recessed lighting with the open concept kitchen.
An intriguing mix of materials gives this beachfront condominium's kitchen a rich, elegant feel that's at once rustic and modern. Exposed concrete pillars, reclaimed wood surfaces and sleek glass tile are harmonized by a soft palette of sand and water hues.
A wall of glass opens this beachfront condo to the balcony beyond, providing unfettered access to the stunning ocean view. Inside, exposed concrete and clean-lined, Mid-Century-inspired furnishings mix with soft, luxurious accessories, giving the home an elegant, yet relaxing vibe.
This richly layered living space features exposed concrete and reclaimed wood, set to a backdrop of soft gray and aqua hues. Wood finishes throughout warm up the space, while luxe touches like fur-covered pillows and sparkling chandeliers give it an elegant air.
The great room flows seamlessly between the main living spaces of the kitchen, morning room and dining room, uniting the areas with exposed concrete floors. The floors are finished with a terrazzo grind, providing a clean, polished look that works beautifully with the rammed earth wall.
While this modern home has plenty of bold angels, glass and steel that mid-century homes are known for, there wasn't much exposed concrete. Adding accessories like this planter inside and outside the home are an easy way to give your space a more modern aesthetic.