5 Lofts We're Totally Lusting After
We have a soft spot for converted homes. Be it a former bunker turned into an edgy art-filled pad, a barn transformed into a family entertaining space, or a school reimagined as a modern house, the opportunity to get creative with how you define the word "home" is always inspiring. One of the most prevalent examples of this is, of course, the loft. A former shop, warehouse, or factory converted into a living space, lofts always have interesting backstories. Live in New York's Meatpacking District? Maybe you're living at an old butcher's shop. Live downtown? Maybe you're sleeping in what was a designer shoe factory. Man, that's cool.
We've been toying with the idea of moving to a loft recently, so why not take a look back at some of our favorites? Click each photo below to see more these cool lofts.
Creative agency executive Dean Di Simone renovated his expansive SoHo loft with a keen eye for detail.
New York-based interior designer Julie Hillman converted a former warehouse into an elegant, eclectic home with sculptural furniture and contemporary photography.
Olivia Lopez, the petite powerhouse behind fashion blog Lust for Life, lives in an enviable downtown LA loft.
Fashion designer Ariane Goldman brought warmth and cohesion to her expansive SoHo apartment.
Designer Ryan Korban made his professional snowboarding client's cold Union Square loft feel cozy and compelling.
Would you like to live in a loft? Tell us in the comments.