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How to furnish a loft

How to furnish a loft

Flexibility and versatility to furnish settings with a metropolitan soul.

Large settings, communicating rooms, high ceilings: these are some of the characteristics of a contemporary loft, distinguishing features which stimulate the imagination to design places where creativity merges with organisation.
Here are some design ideas and suggestions for furnishing one.

Kitchens in the limelight

Loft means an open space that originates from the conversion of industrial warehouses.
Glazed walls, exposed bricks and steel pipes lend the settings that touch of industrial style that makes them unique.
Starting with the kitchen, the most exploited room in the home, donning an urban personality which gets a new look today. Simply glance at the solutions afforded by the Diesel Open Workshop line, where the magic of glass and metal is enhanced, as well as the wood and the pale hues, for bright places that expand the perspective of the furniture.

Living areas and sleeping quarters: joined or separate

In a loft, the same mood extends to all the rooms which flow seamlessly from one to the other, creating stylistic continuity featuring a contemporary personality with a strong aesthetic impact. Modern Apartment and Loft in project BoxLife are designed to create seamless, open spaces with the perfect total look.

But that isn’t always the most obvious solution! With a few simple tricks, the living area can be separated from the sleeping quarters according to need. An example? Attic by BoxLife, a practical and functional system to divide the various areas of everyday life.

Room for wellness

The beauty of a loft is specifically that there are no pre-defined elements, so the space can be managed according to your specific requirements.
Those who dream of having a large, bright bathroom can create a room that is totally dedicated to wellness, also as a natural extension of the bedroom, for maximum comfort. With Diesel Open Workshop you can use a wellness room with the same stylistic codes as the kitchen and living room, with a strong industrial vibe.

Two rooms in one

The very high ceilings, which usually distinguish a loft, offer in many cases the possibility of creating a mezzanine, exploiting the vertical space available. This is a high-impact scenic solution, which allows you to have an extra room or to create a corner for studying/relaxing.
With Duplex by BoxLife the living room with kitchen and working corner, to be hidden away if necessary with the collection’s typical panelling system, liaises in the Prestige White colour with the bedroom that is “physically” detached from the rest of the home, where a wardrobe cabinet with sliding doors has been fitted.

Also in a handful of centimetres

By choosing your furniture and finishes with care, you can create an elegant and sophisticated loft, even if the square footage available is limited.

Outstanding space-saving solutions include the accessorised cabinets with retractable doors in project BoxLife which contain and conceal several functions, to keep everything organised.

Even the walk-in wardrobes are wonderful allies for neat freaks. Modular and custom-sized furniture solutions in keeping with the design of your home, to create continuity while heralding comfort and aesthetic harmony.

Turn your loft into a dream. Furnish it with the solutions that best suit your style and your requirements.

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How to furnish a loft