If you dream in exposed beams, tall ceilings, and rough-hewn wood floors, then this post is for you. Of course there are gorgeous loft spaces turned homes in every part of the world, but this time we've chosen to focus on Brooklyn, whose industrial past and current renaissance make it a hotspot for loft conversions. Let these four soaring, stylish spaces spark your envy — and maybe get your creative juices flowing.
Above and below: The DUMBO home of two stylists bursts with joyful color and an eclectic mix of midcentury pieces and those from earlier eras. See more at Architectural Digest.
This Brooklyn Heights loft by Ensemble Architecture is every book lover's dream. See more at Desire to Inspire.
The textile artist and designer who calls this Brooklyn loft home chose to keep the walls and floors white and the furnishings in a mostly neutral palette — but the addition of lots and lots of plants ensures that the space is colorful, and anything but boring. See more at Design*Sponge.
In this dreamy, soaring Williamsburg loft, a glassed-in second floor overlooks the living room, while oversized windows flood the whole space with light. See more at Space Exploration Design.
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