ISSUE 61  |  Bath & Spa

A New York-Style Loft in Barcelona

February 25, 2013 10:30 AM

BY Julie Carlson

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A former textile workshop transformed into a New York-style loft is located in the center of Barcelona, in a century-old industrial building (lots of ideas to steal here). Original details (rough-hewn beams, double-hung windows) have been preserved, and the interiors have been whitewashed for a unified look.

For ideas on recreating the look, go to Steal This Look: Library Loft in Barcelona. Photography by Jordi Miralles, via Shoot 115.

Above: For similar accent pillows, consider Patch NYC's Yellow Velvet Pillows ($198 for a pair).

Above: A VP Globe Pendant Light from Vernon Panton illuminates the living space.

Above: A disparate grouping of furniture is unified by white slipcovers.

Above: A natural fiber rug anchors the living area; for something similar, go to Restoration Hardware.

Above: A vintage steel office desk and chair; for something similar, visit Retro Office.

Above: For ideas on wall-mounted pot racks, go to Pot Racks by Enclume.

Above: For similar seating, consider the Aluminum Stacking Cafe Chairs from Novi.

Above: A freestanding closet acts as room divider, creating a bedroom at one end of the loft.

Above: For window covering ideas, go to Instant Curtains by the Genius Bouroullec Brothers.

Above: In the bath, a steel cabinet provides storage opportunities (for something similar, consider the Pharmacy collection from Restoration Hardware) and an Eames