This funky bar area sums up the feel of this New York loft perfectly – industrial meets quirky meets luxe, with a vintage French railway conductor’s locker given a second life as a drinks cabinet. For a similar cabinet, try Bloomingville. Graham & Green sells resin and ceramic versions of animal heads.
Painting the brick wall in the dining area a deep damson colour adds glamour and warmth to this space, and offsets the raspberry upholstery of the vintage Kai Kristiansen chairs beautifully. For a similar paint colour, try Amethyst Falls 1 by Dulux. Kai Kristiansen dining chairs are available at Orange & Brown. The 3-Arm Industrial chandelier is from Workstead.
The kitchen has wooden work surfaces and reclaimed lights from a restaurant kitchen. It’s open to the rest of the living area, making it a sociable space to cook in. For lights like these, try the Hanging Fishing lamp at Willow & Stone. Blu Dot’s Knicker counter stool is only available in the US; try The Dining Chair Company for similar.
Hot shots of colour in the chair, lamp and wall storage add zest to the workspace in the study, while a galvanised steel magazine rack nods to the warehouse apartment’s working heritage. Find Alberto Lievore’s Duna chair at EDC London. The leaf lamp by Yves Behar for Herman Miller is available at Pink Apple Designs. Buy Dorothee Becker’s Uten.Silo organiser for Vitra at Nest.
Rich wood furniture, linen sheets and glassware add warmth to the bedroom. The large door was painted blue to make it into a feature.