The loft style began to be used to decorate production areas, and with the growth of its popularity, simply in large apartments with high ceilings. However, you can create an interior in this fashionable style in a small size – we prove it with illustrative examples.
1. Loft with red accents and a bicycle on the wall This fun little loft is an example of how to fit a bedroom, a work area, and even find a place for a bicycle in one room.
2. Loft with spacious storage systems In small apartments, it is very important to think about the storage of things, and the owners of this small apartment decided to give the main “burden” of storage to the bedroom.
3. Loft with glass partition The owners of this one-room apartment separated the bedroom area from the living room with a glass sliding partition.
4. Loft-style bedroom with glass cabinet doors Mirrors in small rooms help visually enlarge the space. The owners of this apartment decided to use a well-known technique, but they did not use it quite standardly – they made part of the cabinet doors mirrored.
5. Loft with colored walls and a sliding partition This apartment used a non-standard technique – the bedroom area and the bathroom are separated by a sliding partition with frosted glass.
6. Loft with thoughtful zoning Sometimes, in order to zone a space, just finishing is enough. Just like in this apartment. The living area is decorated in a standard way for a loft – brown bricks and wooden floors, but in the dining area, they made porcelain stoneware with a marble pattern and painted the walls with black paint.
7. Scandinavian studio with loft elements Eclectic interiors today can be found much more often than “pure” style. An example is this Scandinavian-style studio
8. Loft-style kitchen trailer Kitchens that are elongated are usually difficult to design functionally and stylishly – there is too little free space. Here, the designers decided to “sacrifice” a full-fledged table in order to leave more space for free movement.
9. Small loft-style studio for a man Loft style is considered by many to be a “masculine” style. And this is due to its brutality – brick finishing, “under the concrete” or no finish at all.
10. Loft studio for a young couple This apartment of the same footage, 17 square meters, was already made for a young couple. The kitchen fits in a small area – instead of a dining table, a window sill is also used. For a small family without children, this is a good solution and a way to save space.