Decor Aid-ed: TriBeCa Loft Filled With Neutrals

By | October 13, 2017

To decorate his new shiny TriBeCa loft after remodeling, the owner hired Decor Aid, an interior design firm that makes ‘luxurious design effortless and accessible’.

After the initial idea of turning the place white fell through, the designers proposed a softened neutral color palette of furnishings that arrange well for bringing a family closer together.

Industrial loft in TriBeCa as you’ve never seen before
With the number of pendants youd think it were a home style cafe 900x599 Decor Aid ed: TriBeCa Loft Filled With Neutrals
With the number of pendants, you’d think it were a home-style cafe

Opting for soft grays and taupes and only occasional black, Decor Aid planned an open living room with the client’s requirements in mind. There is a rounded social area to the side of the living room sectional and a spacious dining area adjoining the kitchen.

To the left of the latter, there is a small but mighty functional kitchen that offers an additional capacious breakfast bar.

Since most lofts have high ceilings, there’s always a matter of all that empty air above the furniture. The designers decided to fill it with a crowd of stylish two-toned Flos lamps designed by Michael Anastassiades. This is a rather unusual cafe-like lighting solution for an apartment, but we must say, we’re loving it.

TriBeCa Loft Filled With Muted Hues

A round seating area for guests is a cool way to promote conversation over texting
An open plan includes a living zone, a seating area, and a dining table
Each furnishing is intended to bring character to the brick-walled pipe-showing room
Wooden floors add a little more warmth to the grey toned home
Natural wood tabletop as well as some other decor elements create a lively contrast with the industrial indifference
Simple yet eye catchy
Numerous pendants do a great job filling up all that air between the furnishings and a high ceiling
A glass cabinet looks smart and dandy as a TV console
The living area enjoys plenty of daylight from the two windows behind a sectional couch
Small kitchen is minimal but functional
Bedroom has the best feature ever – the atrium
The white bath boasts Scandinavian minimalism.

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