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Airy Loft In Flatiron Building, New York

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This incredibly airy loft located in a famous Flatiron building in New York boasts two floors and 3,000 square feet of living space. Featuring four bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths this open plan abode is both practical and beautiful.

Flatiron Building Loft

Airy Loft In Flatiron Building, New York

Flatiron Loft, Living Area

The living area is joined with the and a dining area. The windows provide with generous natural light while the big mirror enhances the light and space in the room.

We imagine the rounded barrier in the room is a staircase that leads to the first level, since the loft is two-storied. This makes for a nice detail in the interior and visually divides space into various zones. The kitchen is tucked in the farthest corner of the room and yet it’s still light and airy as the rest of the space.

There are industrial chic accents in the kitchen including the stools and pendant lights. The blackboard does not only have a practical element but adds a nice contrast to the white walls.

Even flooring in the house is made in white-painted wood that adds to the airiness of space. Furnishings are also either white or light-colored with rare natural wood finishes.

The loft features the kid’s room furnished with white crib, wardrobe, and cabinet but bright-colored accents of blue finish the look.

The baths are alike. They are designed in white and gray tile. There are glass partitions that divide the room into zones and yet leave them looking spacious and airy.

This is a beautiful and functional space that you can book to enjoy your stay in New York and one of the famous architectural creations. The Flatiron building was completed in 1902 and at the time was the tallest buildings.

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Mona Liz

I am an interior design and fashion enthusiast with a passion for writing, gathering up interesting/alternative home design ideas. I love lofts, canopy beds, fluffy throws and rugs, but also cats, food, and video games.
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