Loft-style attic with a gable roof design
Most of are very well familiar with American culture from movies and books. Moreover, some of us want to make it a part of everyday life. One of the most affordable and simple way to realize your American dream is to design an apartment in the loft style, which originated on the banks of the Hudson. Masonry walls, gray concrete surfaces and wooden beams will be the best background for bright American posters and signs with famous brands and characters such as Mickey Mouse, Coca-Cola, etc. Loft can help you to travel to Broadway and imagine yourself as a part of New York, where on the way home you can always drop into a small shop to buy a beefsteak or chestnuts for dinner and enjoy the view of nearby skyscrapers.
Zoning of a gable roof attic apartment interior
This new project of private designers Ruslan and Maria Green is also designed in the loft style. This room could be simply stylized as a former factory, once abandoned by workers, that’s why it was perfect for the loft concept. The gable roof "was begging" for beams to be put there. Brick and concrete walls and natural wood on the floor are all the finishing materials this room needs.
This unified loft space of the attic has no usual division into the room. There are three functional areas in the room: a living room, a bedroom, and a kitchen. The designers of Ruslan and Maria Green’s Studio avoided high walls in this project. The kitchen-living room is zoned with a breakfast bar and a raised floor. In order to separate the bedroom and the sitting area there is a short partition with bookshelves inside.
Modern loft concepts illustrated by the attic
Loft, is firstly, a creative laboratory and everything here should guide the artist’s imagination. That is why this style has furniture of simple inconspicuous colors that don’t distract while providing a high level of comfort. In this photo of the 2015 attic design wooden countertops and simple beige furniture are a good background for the red and green accents. A potbelly stove, a refrigerator and a kitchen unit in contrast with a brownish-gray palette look particularly expressive like bright shop windows and car lights on a city street on a rainy day.
A huge TV panel across from the sitting room area turns this particular loft space into a small home theater. Such modern ideas an unusual ceiling lamp, advertising plates and a door behind which you expect to see stairs leading to a secret bunker or a safe full of gold, making this attic interior truly memorable.