Industrial building transformed to beautiful loft in TriBeca

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This sensational property was a former industrial building transformed into a beautiful loft in TriBeca, New York by Threshold Interiors. The designers used many re-claimed and salvaged items to complement the architecture and original purpose of the building.

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The designers used reclaimed industrial windows used to provide light to an interior room. The dining table is custom from Olde Good Things in NYC.

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The countertop is a reclaimed marble.

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The living room is reclaimed barn wood nailed to drywall. The column is original to the home.

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The bathroom tile can be found at Casale Tile in Ocean Township, New Jersey.

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The master bathroom features custom-made shower doors and a reclaimed sink. The flooring is silver travertine from Casale Tile in Ocean, New Jersey.

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The wall paneling are poplar boards the designers bought from their local lumber yard, they are inexpensive and they fit together by using a tongue and groove process. The poplar was stained using Minwax MWB 37. The sink is reclaimed from the Tastycake factory in Philadelphia.

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Photos: Courtesy of Threshold Interiors



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