A 2,150-square foot loft with an eclectic interior in Budapest
When you don’t have a favorite style or when, on the contrary, there are several different styles that you admire and wish to copy, the solution is usually simple: an eclectic design. It’s exactly the solution chosen for this interesting loft.The loft is located in Budapest, Hungary and it’s a very suggestive representation of the eclectic interior design done by Shay Sabag. Several styles have been combined for this project. the influences are diverse throughout the loft. There are exposed brick walls, concrete surfaces, exposed piping, exposed beams, wooden ceilings, arched windows and lots of other significant elements. The most easily identifiable influences are those of the industrial style as well as the vintage and modern styles.
All these diverse influences have been cleverly distributed throughout the loft. The result is a dynamic and interesting mix. The loft measures a total of 2,150 square feet and it’s currently for sale for around $915,000. There are lots of interesting elements to admire about this place.
For example, the bedroom has an unusual and intriguing interior décor. The bed sits directly on the floor and is facing the large windows of the upper floor. The angled wall and the high ceiling with exposed wooden beam make it feel inviting and cozy, despite all the industrial-style elements.
The bedroom has a reflective black wall and an exposed brick wall, both interestingly chosen accent elements. The wooden floor adds warmth and texture to the room while the freestanding bathtub makes it feel very intimate. The bedroom is connected to a lounge area that also includes a shady working space with a desk.
The kitchen is modern and functionally designed with metallic features and lots of storage space. What’s particularly interesting about it is that is includes a reading corner with a bookcase, an armchair and a floor lamp.Listed on site.