This stylish loft is located in a historical downtown area and features a contemporary, open living space with urban-style brick walls. Unique furniture placement makes the room feel comfortable and inviting.
The innovative style of this apartment includes recycled brick walls, reclaimed railroad ties for the cabinets and kitchen island and steel countertops and backsplash. Open shelving adds to the airy feel of the space.
An open, urban loft features exposed brick and hardwood floors, creating an industrial style space. Two white faux fur area rugs are used to separate the sleeping and sitting spaces in this eclectic master bedroom.
Custom built-ins with sleek, clean lines lend a dash of modern style to this apartment on New York's Upper East Side. Open shelving offers ample space to display the homeowner's collection of books and accessories.
If you love the open flow and exposed structures of loft-style spaces but don’t happen to live in an actual loft, no worries: It’s easy to give any room in any house an industrial edge. In the living room of a midcentury house, for example, designer Michelle Lord left the ceiling beams beams and metal ducting exposed and hung open shelving created from plumbing pipes and reclaimed wood.
This high-ceilinged, open concept space flows freely from front to back, with an oak accent wall and ceiling treatment delineating the living and dining areas from the kitchen. The loft-style space was designed for entertaining.
The open-plan, two-story living room centers on a large L-shaped sectional in bright white, hugging an immense metallic coffee table. Loft-style second floor space overlooks the room with seamless glass walls for safety and clear visual space.
An open floor plan creates a spacious feel in this bright, white Brooklyn apartment. The living room area is minimally furnished with just a small sectional, low coffee table and black floor lamp in true modern style.
This Dallas, TX, penthouse loft is grand and spacious. It's 22 ft. ceilings and open concept living space feature oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows letting in views of the city, an industrial-style staircase to the second level, and comfy, neutral furniture.
This modern dining room renovation from HGTV's House Hunters Renovation makes the most of the open floor plan of Josh Campbell and Mac Gaspard's Studio City, California townhouse. The space reflects the couple's desire for a loft-style home with ample light and minimalist design.
Instead of moving to a bigger space, the owner of this home in Greenwich Village, N.Y. chose to acquire the unit next door and combine apartments. Now, the owner can enjoy an open floor plan and a spacious kitchen, which features an island and geometric-style pendants.
This open loft is a great living space, and its industrial-style decor makes a strong, cohesive statement. The antique tools on the wall pays homage to the decor and help to separate the home office function from the rest from the living area. Pops of red and purple in the tools and rounded couch are exciting accents colors.
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.