Take a tour around a chic New York Loft

Take a tour around this New York loft space that sets new rules for family living

Bespoke units, painted a cool pebble grey, give this New York loft space a relaxed, modern feel. The oversized pendant shade and wire bar stools add instant cool, along with the solid wooden flooring.

1/5 Cool contemporary kitchen

kitchen with white cabinet and white worktop

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Paul Costello)

Buy similar bar stools at Viaduct.

2/5 Eyecatching wall art

living room with wooden tea table and eyecatching wall art

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Paul Costello)

This oversized canvas makes a colourful focal point for the living area, as well as doubling up as a colour chart for the rest of the decor.

For similar armchairs, try Ochre.

3/5 Marble-clad bathroom

bathroom with porcelain marble look tiles

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Paul Costello)

This marble-clad bathroom oozes luxury, and the change in materials clearly defines it as separate from the adjoining master bedroom. Get the look for less with porcelain, marble-look tiles from floor to ceiling - Homebase and B&Q have a good selection.

4/5 Decadent master bedroom

master bedroom with table lamps and bedside table

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Paul Costello)

In the master bedroom, an upholstered headboard and golden accents combine to achieve a chic, subtle decadence, finished with crisp cotton sheets and a few throw cushions.

Find a similar bed at Dreams.

5/5 Open-plan living

living room with L shaped sofa and armchair

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Paul Costello)

Prominent columns give the living area an industrial edge without interrupting its flow. The brick walls have been skimmed with plaster, and the fireplace plastered over for a boxy, modern feel.

Visit Rated People to find a local craftsmen who can do this for you.

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Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.