When we think of industrial interiors, there’s one city that springs to mind instantly and that’s New York. From the streets of Brooklyn, to high rise Manhattan city pads, there’s something about a New York loft that instantly draws people in. We have been lucky enough to travel to many cities around the world but New York remains our favourite.

Today we wanted to share seven of our favourite industrial style New York homes, highlighting design elements that you can achieve in your own home from increasing your natural light to hanging oversized artwork.

1 | https://www.gessato.com/a-brooklyn-loft-by-alina-preciado/a-brooklyn-loft-by-alina-preciado-of-dar-gitane-gblog-1/

A Brooklyn Loft by Alina Preciado

Designed by Alina Preciado of conceptual design brand Dar Gitane, this Brooklyn loft is beautifully flawed. With floods of natural light, exposed pipework and floor to ceiling storage, objects are on show to be enjoyed and appreciated, from old books, to house plants, and paintings aplenty.

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This Brooklyn loft marries industrial and Scandinavian style perfectly, with exposed beams, huge factory windows, and Danish-inspired furniture such as the curved wooden dining chairs and retro leather armchair. It goes to show industrial furniture and architectural features can be paired with a plethora of interior styles.

3 | https://www.decoist.com/2014-06-11/new-york-city-loft-exposed-brick-walls/

Soho Loft

Priced at just over $4.5million, this Soho loft is the epitome of industrial chic. The combination of exposed brickwork with sleek stainless-steel screams industrial, but in a slightly more grown-up kind of way. Open plan spaces are key to emulating a New York loft vibe, using lighting to create different zones within the room as seen here.

4 | https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/online-interior-design-services-decorist-homepolish-laurel-wolf-modsy-hutch

Williamsburg Loft

This Williamsburg loft designed by Jae Joo is the perfect example of how artwork can tie a room together. Maximising the space with a large gallery wall, aesthetically this works so well thanks to the use of black frames and similar tones throughout the artwork – pulled together with soft furnishing in similar tones such as cushions and rug.

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Petite NYC Loft

Not all New York lofts have to be huge expanses of sq feet, as this petite apartment just goes to show. Retaining a good amount of natural light on a corner plot, this design comprises a neutral colour palette alongside light woods and reflective surfaces to create the illusion of space. Plant life adds a much needed boost of colour.

6 | https://www.idesignarch.com/custom-reconstructed-attic-loft-apartment-with-hipster-modernity-and-vintage-furniture/

Bulgaria Loft

Our favourite, you have to take a closer look at this one!
If having a large black metal cube in the middle of your home doesn’t spell industrial, we’re not sure what will. Can we tell you a secret? We cheated with this loft as it’s actually located in the heart of Bulgaria, but it was too stylish not to include. Plus, it looks like it could be straight from the lower east side. We love how the architecture of the building has been so effortlessly blended into the design of the home.

7 | https://www.6sqft.com/businesswoman-and-socialite-lisa-belzberg-nabs-upper-west-side-penthouse-for-8-5-million-less-than-original-asking-price/

Penthouse Loft

We’d say more art gallery than loft apartment, this $11.5m penthouse owned by business woman Lisa Belzberg has been designed to welcome the history of the building such as the fireplace and pillar detailing, all the while showcasing Belzberg’s vast collection of modern art. The hand painted ceiling alone is a statement.

Which one of these properties whet your design appetite?
January 21, 2019 — Vincent and Barn