Decor Aid-ed: TriBeCa Loft filled with neutrals
To decorate his new, shiny TriBeCa loft after the remodeling, the owner hired Decor Aid , an interior design firm that makes “luxurious design effortless and accessible”.
After the initial idea of transforming the place where the whiteness failed, the designers proposed a softer, neutral color palette of furniture well suited to bringing a family closer together.
Deciding on soft shades of gray and taupe and only occasional black, Decor Aid planned an open living room with the customer’s requirements. On the side of the living room there is a rounded social area and to the kitchen a spacious dining area.
On the left side of the latter is a small but fine functional kitchen which offers an additional spacious breakfast bar.
Since most lofts have high ceilings, the air is always above the furniture. The designers decided to fill it with lots of stylish, two-tone Flos lamps by Michael Anastassiades . This is a rather unusual café-like lighting solution for an apartment, but we have to say we love it.