Kristiana’s Fun & Functional Montreal Loft

published Apr 23, 2016
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Name: Kristiana
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

I live in a teeny, tiny 502 square foot loft in the St-Henri neighbourhood of Montreal. My building, which used to be a tobacco factory, is almost 100 years old. While living downtown is certainly convenient, small space living definitely has some challenges!

(Image credit: Submitted by Kristiana)
(Image credit: Submitted by Kristiana)

My interior style is all about being functional in my small space. I’ve taken advantage of the walls as much as possible, and created storage where I had none. Much like my neighborhood, I’ve also gone with a mix of both rustic and modern pieces. I’ve combined sleek copper & marble pieces, with pipe shelving I made myself!

(Image credit: Submitted by Kristiana)
(Image credit: Submitted by Kristiana)

My favourite parts of my home are the high ceilings, which really make it feel larger than it is, as well as my little coffee nook in my kitchen. Small space living is a delicate balance between having too much clutter, and displaying things I love.

Thanks, Kristiana !

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