This vibrant loft apartment in Brooklyn is filled with colourful treasures and contemporary pieces. The open-plan office/reading area features many gifts collected over time, which adds to the room’s warm and homely atmosphere.
The white backdrop showcases curvy Panton chairs, which adds a contemporary feel to this dining room. Rubber plants – echoed in the graphic print tablecloth – tie the look together.
In the living room, the cobalt vintage chair, colourful cushions and striking orange lamp add wit and warmth.
The small sofa is from shabbychic.com and the throw is from Missoni Home. The white table is from Ikea and the painted blue chair came from a local antiques store – try Orchid Furniture for similar. The orange lamp is Giancarlo Mattioli at artemidestore.com.
The owner uses the loft apartment as a home office, filling the walls up with moodboards and ornaments to add an eclectic and homely feel to the space.
The small bedroom features a single red wall which anchors the space. The Asian art (bought in New York) adds a colourful accent.
The bathroom leads off the kitchen and is separated by a tall bookcase, which also adds privacy.