I recently moved into a loft in an old factory that was renovated into living spaces. I'm not quite done decorating yet, but here's how things look so far. Any design ideas or suggestions are most welcome!
The front door area.
A wall in the entryway, with thrift store paintings in matted frames. The one in the middle is my favorite.
Pyrex and owls everywhere in the kitchen...
A close up of the dresser, which doubles as a housepet feeding station.
A view of the living room...
My boyfriend gave me his old silver shelf unit that's intended for bathroom storage. But strangely enough it coordinates with the dinette and it's perfect for holding plants.
Yup, looks like a couch...
The den/office/craft room...I still need some artwork to go on the wall there.
The closets in the den are really tall and narrow and have windows on top. There's a small window to the outside in each closet, too so light streams into the room.
An indoor greenhouse, since the kittyman is a plant eater.
Quite possibly one of the worlds smallest bathrooms! Not much room to decorate, just a few IKEA prints and a fortune kitty.
On to the bedroom...the ceiling has exposed wooden planks and the heating/cooling elements are exposed:
The pictures on the wall are from the 1950s and came from my Grandmother. The black object on the bed is the Wonderdog, who is fast asleep under her teddy bear.
This used to be a 55 gallon fishtank and a stand - I turned the stand backwards and decided to use it as a book case instead. The tank serves as a makeshift terrarium filled with succulents and cactus in vintage planters.
A few IKEA shelves loaded with a myriad of trinkets and knick knacks from relatives, friends and assorted thrift store field trips.
I decoupaged this dresser several years ago with images from a book. It works well as a fishtank stand.