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Housed in the building of a former printing press and located on the edge of one of Manhattan's most rapidly developing neighborhoods, this dated loft needed a modern touch. Re: Design Architects lifted the kitchen ceiling and installed striking Ikea cabinetry to open the space and create a true "loft" feeling. A beautifully patterned black and white floor by Stone Source was added to define the kitchen space and complement the straight lines of the backsplash. To add storage to the small space, Rebuck used the same stone and cabinet doors to create a wall of storage that seamlessly blends with the rest of the space.


Re: Design Architects increased the floor space of the children's bedrooms and added transom windows to match the newly installed panel doors. A striking, textured wallpaper by Lee Jofa was chosen to accent a wall in the master bedroom, complementing a bold light fixture that makes the room feel both mature and cool. The bathroom was updated to showcase a stunning accent wall featuring wallpaper by Drop It Modern and subtly textured tiles in the shower that brighten the space and balance the small room. New fixtures, accessories, lighting and a toilet were added to efficiently modernize the space. 

New York City, NY
820 sq. ft

Completed 2023

Photo Credit: Conor Harrigan

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