Studio Arkitekter: Designer-Approved Tips For The Perfect Vintage Industrial Style Loft That Never Fail
Another season is ahead of us, and this calls a home renovation! It’s that time of the year that we decide to stay in and enjoy the cozyness and comfort of our house, while reading an amazing book that has been waiting for us on the shelf! Don’t be sad that Summer is over, Studio Arkitekter will show us today how it’s possible to create the perfect Vintage Industrial Style Loft, following these designer-approved tips!
Are you thinking about creating a place designed for you to relax after a long, stressful day at work? This year, vintage industrial design has returned and it pairs up perfectly with Fall Color Trends for 2020! Brick walls, unfinished-looking paintings, raw finishes are some of the elements required for this particular style that has been rockinghome décor!
“We are designing your guests’ favourite place. We’re thinking in international level solutions”, Studio Arkitekter.
📍 LAKESHORE LOFT
The hungarian company has a wide portfolio of several range of interior design projects that goes from a vintage industrial style loft to big scale hospitality and retail design projects. Today, you’ll have the change to come inside one of the greates – and trendiest – design projects of them all, while the company will be sharing with us designer-approved tips of how to get the look! If you think that it’s impossible to recreate the style of an interior design expert, think twice! The trick is to be inspired by their unique signature style, and selecting thebest furnishing and lighting of the market. As usual, Inspirations Blog will also be giving you lighting tips, so you can have the best fixture ever at home!
Actually, lighting and furnishing are the top parameters of a home renovation – especially when talking about this particular style. Doing the right balance between natural and artificial lighting can emphasize volumes and shapes, adding depth and contrast to the room.
STEAL THE LOOK
“The flat was developed in an old lakeshore industrial building that was transformed into an apartment house. When we started this project, the only thing we had was the layout, the walls were standing, but the doors and windows were missing.The main objective was to establish a practical, functional interior which suits the needs of a family but also adjusts to the former build up”, claim the design experts.
„Nowadays it is not sufficient that design complies with the imagined style and that customer or guests like it. All this is very important, but it’s not all. In the course of our work we observe the entire project, starting from the dreamlike ideas of the client through practical operation to everyday sustainability. According to our experience it is beneficial to design a target group-orientated and economically viable system also in the area of applied arts.”, states the design company.