Tips for decorating loft


The loft is used when what is sought is to make more spacious modern home. However at first the loft was created decorating department stores, with brick walls, concrete floors, iron gates, and facilities exposed.

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Today, like the eclectic style, and minimalist style, is one of the most used for decorating. We can realize which is why when we see a house or department decorated this way. Space and originality make it look sophisticated, relaxing and edgy. For this reason today we bring you some tips of loft style decor.

Brick walls
Although one of the things that characterizes is style is simple brick walls without patching, also can paint or upholstery.

We can upholster them with a role similar to brick patterns, to give you more attached to the original decor of the 50s touch, or we can paint them light and dry as matte colors like white, light brown or cream.

Wide spaces
Since this decoration is ample places and few rooms, ideally we got rid of things that do not take care and which only take space.

Remember, before you decide to make room by removing some walls have to consult with a qualified architect.

Also it would be nice that if what we will do will be strong modifications, we add a few large windows not only so much more light and spacious but will look for to complete this style. Some people use shoji doors (Japanese traditional doors), to divide spaces in large rooms, because this type of sliding doors letting in light and easy to move.

Modern interiors
To give the original look of store, we can expose some pipes or beams, provided that this is not a problem, also some lamps hanging from the ceiling. To have the sophisticated touch is preferable that we use modern furniture like round or square armchairs, chairs of clear colors such as pastel and cream, or much darker colors like black and red.

Also we can put in the middle of what would be our room as glass table, granite, or wood, and in the corners one or two large pots with plants.

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