I know writing has been a little light lately, promise to catch up soon! In the meantime, enjoy Chrismas and this holiday season!
picture via the fantastic Brent Flanders
From Taiwan, one automatically associates to consumer electronics, Made in Taiwan, and to some degree, China. Generallyyou wouldn’t think Asia, with its crowded cities has space for lofts. Wonder no more, see this wonderful loft in Taiwan. The decor and layout are based on the mixture of different styles. One can see a Baroque chandeler next to the modernist Egg Chair, Â or an oriental rug on a concrete floor .
When interior designer Gianna Camilotti saw this converted church in Chingford, it was love at first sight. It has gleaming white space in which she created a spacious home and office.
If the owner of this home wants a bowl of cereal, he must first lift a 40-pound steel ladder into place and climb up several feet to a cabinet where he stores them. The desire to preserve large windows and the lack of available wall space prevented more accessible storage.
The 3,000-sq-feet top floor and roof of an 1884 caviar warehouse are reimagined as a residence with large open entertaining zones.
The Loft is a stunning Amsterdam apartment on the fifth floor of the building Cristofori on the Prinsengracht, where each object is meticulously aligned. From exclusive designer furniture and vintage accessories to the plants in their pots and even the books on the bedside table – everything is chosen with care and is also for sale.
This luxurious penthouse is part of an imposing Gothic revival structure at London’s St. Pancras railway station. For years the 19th-century structure had languished in disrepair. It stood neglected until the mid-2000s, when the Manhattan Loft Corporation embarked on an ambitious renovation. But though the building’s exterior was restored to its former glory, the onset of the recession meant the interior got just a basic makeover. Until now.