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Attractive Loft + Architecture

What do you get when you mix century+ old wood beams, celadon green bathroom tile, and a chic crystal chandelier?  A gorgeous loft in Melbourne, Australia.  The loft is situated in a historic 1880’s warehouse and is up for sale.  Ok, I must admit that I was a bit surprised that it was in Australia as I generally don’t think of lofts + Australia together.  I came across these beautiful photos over at Desire to Inspire and what immediately captured my attention were the old wood ceilings and archway to the sitting area.

Like me, you may have noticed that this loft has a mix of styles when going from one area to the next.  There are two very tiny changes I would make that I think would help blend the styles together:  1.  While I love Moroccan style, the hanging lanterns just don’t fit with the rest of the loft.  I would replace this with either a chic lighting fixture (to follow the dining area style) or something modern.   2.  Soften up the bathroom.  I think the bathroom has great design, however, it feels stark and cold.  This is an easy fix and can be done by adding some fabric to the space – maybe place some towels on the rack and/or add a rug.

Images:  Desire to Inspire

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