A loft, is a loft, and this stunningly designed abode fits every description of a Soho loft, with all the contemporary outlays that make large spaces so beautiful. High ceilings, exposed beams, glistening wooden floors, and sleek décor gives this loft space an identity all its own. It’s amazing!
Get a load of those bubble chandeliers. It’s a throwback to the 60s with a bit of refinement to top it off. The color is striking and complements the rest of the décor perfectly. The loft cost nearly $1800 per night in order to enjoy this mind-blowing space. With a minimum of a four-night stay, your expenses will run you roughly $7,300 and that’s only the cost of renting the loft! Of course, if you have that much money to spare per night, then you probably have good taste, that’s why you rent a location like this in the first place! The 60s feel to this home is obvious by the various lamps and accent tables.
There’s more than enough room for a party of 6 to 8. A wooden dining table with high-back white leather chairs is the epitome of modern chic. The two animal print accent chairs adds to the allure. The living room is a generously proportioned space having the openness and sophistication of today’s sentiments and thinking. The room highlights horizontal lines, which makes it seem even larger than it really is.
The uniqueness of this distinctive abode is not in the big things, but the little touches here and there. For example, the three torsos situated on the wall in the kitchen, the unique way the knickknacks are arranged in the cabinet space, the complementary stainless steel appliances, along with the exposed brick along the top of the wall all work together in a subtle manner. Yet, their eccentricity is obvious. The kitchen is a delight to the eye and fires the imagination. It’s elegant, functional, and easy to maintain. This home certainly gives you plenty to talk about!
The bedrooms are spacious and minimally furnished. Yet, they appear cozy and restful. White walls makes it easy to add various hues and textures, while a skylight in one bedroom adds to the delicacies that makes this loft so distinctive.
Light comes from various sources concealed in the surrounding décor, combined with distinct wall designs and textures. Even the bathroom radiates a relaxing ambiance with an aesthetic appeal. Mosaic tiles in an airy green shade, an oval-round shaped tub, and wooden cabinetry, emit’s a spa type feeling. It’s certainly spacious enough for one to pamper themselves! Another bathroom has a more neutral décor, but no less appealing.