Monday, April 11, 2011

D.C. Chic

A roof top garden and terrace brings a sense of serenity to this urban abode *note the up-lights placed allover for ambient shine and warmth*

The upper level mezzanine-turned-office with a very clean feel and industrial elements keeping this loft true to its urban form! *iLove the darker flooring contrast with the lighter wooden furnishings and white fixtures to keep the space light and airy*

This spa-like neutral bathroom again brings natural elements and a serene feel to this urban oasis- perfect for an over-worked professional in need of a daily getaway!

Reading nooks are perfect arrangements near large windows to enjoy the view or the stars at night

The dining room is ideal for a loft- displaying its industrial piping, contemporary artwork, cooling colors, and sheer curtains to keep the large windows your friends envy visible! 

*Gasp* iLove everything about thing about this kitchen from the brilliant lighting to the steel walls that reflect the salmon shades from the ceiling

The living room couldn't be more fabulous with its cooling color scheme- accented with perfect amounts of sunlight, and genius seating [especially the window benches with adjacent shelves]

Bold and beautiful bathroom with traditional elements and geometric cabinetry

Lighten your outdoor spaces with this illuminating planter- the Rotoluxe Vazon Magnum Planter by Y Living via Nesting Newbies!

This modern D.C. loft is doing everything right- stylish, practical, and unique! It's designed by Sophie Prevost and Robert Cole of ColePrevost Inc, Washington, D.C. See more of the home and read the details here at Home and Design!

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