Interior Design | 20 Dreamy Loft Apartments That Blew Up Pinterest

16. October 2016

Interior Design | Loft Life: The Most Beautiful Apartments That Blew Up Pinterest

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Mostly converted from former industrial or commercial buildings to residential use, loft apartments can also be an upper storey or attic in a building, directly under the roof. Lofts are mainly characterized by a wide open space with industrial feel and without inner walls, with high ceilings, exposed piping/beams/columns, wooden and concrete floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows. They can also include an upstairs partially open loft or mezzanine area that overlooks the whole apartment.Historically, artists and bohemians are the original residents of this kind of homes. Due to their lack of money, they looked for spaces to live in, in which they could also work and which could let their creativity flow. So they began setting up their studios in old factories and warehouses.

Below you find some of  the most beautiful, most pinworthy, and most popular loft apartments on Pinterest that will make you dream big time.

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Source: Frédéric-Léon Ducout, Vosgesparis

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Source: Hunting For George

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Source: Studio Aico, The Playing Circle,  C-More,  EnterTheLoft

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Source: Frustilista, Residence Magazine

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6 responses to “Interior Design | 20 Dreamy Loft Apartments That Blew Up Pinterest”

  1. Millie says:

    Looove every single one!! Such perfect minimal homes x

    Millie x
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