Nordic style is all about understated comfort. Always unpretentious, this Icelandic attic apartment is often rented as an Airbnb and we can see why. It’s a beautiful country and this charming apartment feels like a cozy refuge from the chill outside with its warm wood floors and sloped ceilings.
Designer Naomi Stein created an eclectic living room in this loft. One wall is covered in wallpaper while a large area rug centers the seating area. The television rests on a media storage unit with Asian hardware and a gold toe kick that provides visual weight to balance out the TV.
This living room was subdivided to create a bedroom, and a floating staircase was added to the newly extended second floor. The ladder in one corner and the tall, gold-framed mirror in the opposite corner showcase the room's high ceiling. Double doors open up to reveal the stylish master bedroom.
This converted St. Louis loft represents no-holds-barred decorating at its best, with lush velvet sofas, a zebra-striped rug and mirrored tables that give Studio 54 a run for its money. A white leather sofa encircles a structural column to offer extra seating in this modern open living space.
Decked out with graceful lines and decorative art pieces, this loft living room is casual, authentic and altogether feminine. While offset furniture orients guests towards each other, the painted entertainment center is still eye-catching.
Because this space is a rental, LABLstudio used removable wallpaper as a wallcovering. Hand-painted, watercolor pinstripes adorn remaining walls, continuing the gray and cream color palette. To save money, the designer painted the client’s existing bed a high-gloss gray and hung a shelf above to serve in place of a bedside table.
Hand-painted pinstripes and removable wallpaper on one accent wall add instant style to this small rented studio on Manhattan's Upper West Side. A West Elm Henry sofa comes alive with pillows that feature bold brushstrokes of magenta, and a feather Juju hangs above as a whimsical touch. A Blu Dot for Target console table does triple duty as a vanity, workspace and dining table.
An island lined with industrial-style barstools offers a casual dining option in this neutral loft kitchen. A pair of industrial-style copper pendant lights offer plenty of task lighting, while contemporary light-wood cabinets complement the dark island.
Light maple cabinets and vertical batten board used for the backsplash add contemporary style to this urban loft kitchen. Industrial touches, including copper pendant lights and wood-and-metal barstools, add welcome contrast and texture to the neutral space.
Camping doesn't have to be outdoors when you have a loft bed like this! The navy blue paint, camp-style striped blanket, rustic "No girls allowed" sign, and cardboard moose head add modern whimsy to this big boy bedroom.
When this barn was converted to a loft, all of the wood was repurposed for the new interior. The loft features an open living space with a dedicated sitting area, game area and eat-in kitchen, with a sleeping loft above.