With a style of its own, a unique backdrop that gives homes an industrial heritage and a history that has been filled with artistic brilliance, Manhattan’s SoHo district has a truly inimitable charm. Located in this neighborhood is the 476 Broadway, which combines a subtle industrial vibe with contemporary beauty and plenty of color to shape a bright and cheerful retreat. Designed by to meet the needs of a modern family, the loft is spread across 2500 square feet, and with large windows that bring in plenty of natural light and a neutral backdrop, it exudes a chic, refreshing ambiance.
It is not very often that you come across such an energizing use of color in contemporary homes, but this gorgeous NYC loft manages to pull off the look with panache. A full-colored couch in blue along with ottomans in bright fuchsia steal the show in the living area, and the gorgeous use of brilliant blue in the kitchen adds to this exquisite look. The open plan living area features the living space, kitchen and a minimal dining room, while a sitting zone is separated from them using sliding glass partitions. The clever use of wall art accentuates the color scheme elegantly, and aesthetic lighting fixtures double as sculptural additions.
The use of color along with curated decor ensures that the loft does not feel like a typical industrial-style home, even while letting the past of the building peak through. Wooden surfaces add warmth to each room, and multi-hued rugs put the icing on the cake in a home where class, color and creativity come together in the most enjoyable fashion!