Awe-Inspiring Loft Inspiration That Will Leave You Speechless

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We have shown some fabulous loft inspiration here on One Kindesign and we would like to showcase a collection of some of our most favorites and most popular on social media. The lofts we have for you are converted warehouses, old factories, and apartment conversions that have all been restored, some historically preserved.

They feature exposed brick, steel, concrete, modern and rustic styles, and plenty of industrial eclectic for those who like the raw-exposed look. From stunning mezzanines to functional staircases, these amazing lofts feature all the chic design elements that make them a dream to live in. The unique color tones seen throughout the spaces bring a unique personality and character to the interior, while still allowing hints of the original industrial elements to remain visible.

The combination of rustic and contemporary furniture pieces highlights the best of both worlds, making the loft interior a unique and individual space. From the ingenious use of space to the clever ways of creating cohesion between living areas, these lofts certainly have a way of inspiring creativity and style. 

If you want to view more photos of these lofts shown below, please click on the link underneath each of the images to get full descriptions and a house tour. Be sure to continue to the end of this article where we share with you 20 fabulous tips and tricks on how how to make your loft feel more spacious.

Tell Us: Which one of these ideas is your favorite and what do you love most about lofts? Let us know in the Comments below!

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1. Stunning modern loft in Mount Pleasant, Vancouver

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2. Old soap factory converted to tranquil Tribeca oasis by Andrew Franz

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3. Vertical Loft presents bold architecture in Rotterdam

Downtown Loft-Kristina Wilson Design-03-1 Kindesign

4. Incredibly stylish contemporary loft in Houston

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5. Incredible loft renovation in Bulgaria

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6. Industrial loft conversion in San Francisco

NW 13th Avenue Loft-05-1 Kindesign

7. Fascinating loft apartment conversion in Portland

Alcala Loft-01-1 Kind Design

8. Brilliant overhaul to an old industrial loft in Dallas

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9. Awe-inspiring Manhattan artist’s loft

Shipping Container Loft-01-1 Kind Design

10. Innovative shipping container loft home


11. Industrial chic loft in historic Gastown district

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12. Sexy urban loft with Chicago skyline views

Loft living is a popular trend, featuring open layouts, soaring ceilings, and expansive windows to create a feeling of spaciousness. This open and airy environment provides a blank canvas for personalization and encourages creativity in design and layout. The industrial and unique aesthetic of lofts, with exposed brick, beams, and ductwork, appeals to those seeking a unique and modern living experience. Loft living provides flexibility, allowing you to adapt the space to your changing needs, whether it be a live-work arrangement, a space for social gatherings, or simply a comfortable abode.

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13. Elegant loft interiors in the Sugar Warehouse

Barcelona Loft-01-1 Kind Design

14. Unique vintage loft home in Barcelona

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15. Magnificent loft renovation incorporating Feng Shui

NoHo Loft Duplex-Wettling Architects-03-1 Kindesign

16. Incredible industrial style loft apartment in NoHo

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17. Historic warehouse loft conversion on Market

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18. Modern penthouse loft overlooking Barcelona

130 Barrow Street Loft-04-1 Kind Design

19. Ultra-stylish New York loft renovation

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20. Brooklyn Artist Loft filled with natural light

West Loop Loft-Scrafano Architects-01-1 Kindesign

21. Three-story West Loop Loft renovation in Chicago

Marina Del Rey Residence-01-1 Kindesign

22. Eclectic industrial-modern loft in Marina Del Rey

Los Angeles Loft-01-1 Kind Design

23. Chic DIY-inspired loft home in Los Angeles

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24. Beyond spectacular loft mansion in TriBeCa

Here are 20 fabulous ideas to make a loft feel more spacious:

  1. Use light colors: Opt for a light color palette for walls, floors, and furniture to create an illusion of space.
  2. Install large mirrors: Hang oversized mirrors strategically to reflect light and create a sense of depth.
  3. Maximize natural light: Remove heavy window coverings and let natural light flood in.
  4. Use multi-functional furniture: Invest in furniture pieces that serve multiple purposes, such as a sofa bed or a coffee table with hidden storage.
  5. Utilize vertical space: Install floor-to-ceiling shelving or wall-mounted storage units to keep belongings off the floor and create more floor space.
  6. Hang curtains near the ceiling: Install curtains closer to the ceiling to draw the eye upward and create the illusion of higher ceilings.
  7. Opt for open shelving: Replace closed cabinets with open shelving to give a more airy feel and make the space seem larger.
  8. Choose furniture with exposed legs: Furniture with visible legs allows light to pass through and gives a sense of openness.
  9. Use glass or transparent furniture: Incorporate glass or transparent materials for furniture, such as coffee tables or dining tables, to create a visually unobtrusive look.
  10. Minimize clutter: Keep surfaces clear of unnecessary items to create a clean and spacious feel.
  11. Install recessed lighting: Utilize recessed lighting fixtures to eliminate the need for floor or table lamps, saving space and providing ambient lighting.
  12. Create a focal point: Designate a focal point, such as a large artwork or an accent wall, to draw attention away from the size of the space.
  13. Install floating shelves: Floating shelves create storage space without taking up valuable floor area and give an open and airy appearance.
  14. Opt for smaller furniture: Choose furniture pieces that are appropriately scaled for the space to avoid overwhelming the loft.
  15. Hang curtains to separate areas: Use curtains or sheer dividers to define different functional areas within the loft while maintaining an open feel.
  16. Incorporate reflective surfaces: Add elements with reflective surfaces, such as glass tabletops or metallic accents, to bounce light around the room.
  17. Use large-scale rugs: Select a large rug that covers most of the floor area to create a cohesive and expansive look.
  18. Keep window treatments minimal: Choose simple blinds or sheer curtains to allow maximum light penetration and maintain an open feel.
  19. Optimize wall space: Hang artwork or wall-mounted storage vertically to maximize wall space without overcrowding the room.
  20. Maintain visual continuity: Use consistent flooring throughout the loft to create a seamless flow and make the space appear more expansive.

Remember, the key is to maximize natural light, declutter, and choose furnishings and colors that create a sense of openness.

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