Wide open plan; as all New York-style loft usually comes a bit raw ceiling and abundant exposed structures like beams and pipes. In this Great Room Loft, furniture was used to divide the wide open plan…bookshelves, plants and rugs divide the room up into distinct areas, and the designer used whatever is there. A bohemian feel imbues the enormous living space that gives Great Room Loft its name. You can also get inspired with other locations using some of our past articles Holidays in the American hut near the forest and Baronial Experience In France Chateau Boumont to help get you started planning your next family holiday.
Great Room Loft accommodate 6 – 10 people in 5 bedrooms with 4 beds (1 King bed, 1 Queen bed, 1 Queen upper bunk, 1 Double upper bunk, 2 Single bed, Bed size chart). In the sitting area, you’ll find a diaphanous and flexible space with patterned prints and large artworks on the walls. All rooms show off bohemian character, the master bedroom is big and bold, with oversized photographs; you’ll find the kitchen, which has transparent navy-blue cabinets. Using simple color combinations made each space work as magic that created a spacious feel. The green Loft design is very eclectic and a lot of attention was taken for every detail when designing, to expose all details at every corner.
It was in the 1960s in Soho, New York that groups of artists began flocking to a neighborhood south of Houston Street, drawn by the abandoned manufacturing lofts and warehouses, with high ceilings, abundant natural light and most importantly, cheap rent with limited budgets and turned them into studios.. As the bohemian set refashioned these wrecks into live-and-work spaces and instilling a bit of their artsy touch, they dramatically transformed the neighborhood too. And this is how the urban loft style originated.