Use the Space You Have
Something that a lot of people might not realize about interior decoration and design is that the results you achieve are based as much on the thing you decide to include in a room as it is on the things you decide not to include in a room. Sometimes a more open and airy layout is best, especially if you’re wanting to make your living space more open.
Not every condominium can have a loft’s grand, high ceilings, but by producing a relatively sparse arrangement and by choosing furniture with lower profiles, you can definitely work to create a sense of space and openness in your home.
Keep It Simple & Stylish in Equal Measure
Getting the “urban loft” look just right involves more than just laying out your space properly. It also involves picking out the right pieces, so your furniture communicates your sense of style and sophistication. You can really get the look of an artist’s loft by making sure to select simple, clean furniture designs. Look specifically for pieces that fit the mid-century modern aesthetic. These pieces usually have simple, stark lines that helps them communicate a sense of effortless style.
Industrial Designs Are Where It’s At
Author Bio: Carolyn Clarke is a marketing coordinator for Urban Loft, an interior decor merchandiser with a focus on mid-century modern design. In her free time, Carolyn enjoys blogging, yoga, and rearranging her bedroom furniture, which she is still trying to get just right.