The Whiteness of a Loft by Gary Hutton

Once you see the whiteness in the generic loft projects by Gary Hutton’s Design, you realize that all you might have thought by then by then was wrong. Every piece reveals elegance and beauty, style and class. The sculptural and functional furnishings in their whiteness seem to embody perfection; the sophisticated palette of white is in perfect contrast with the accents of black and chrome that can be seen from place to place.

There is a permanent impression of new and the monochromatic furniture creates a pleasant atmosphere. The graffiti on the walls is the perfect expression of liveliness in a pure white space in which the architectural design underlines a sense of interest and of place, a unique environment.

This loft space is vast and vertical with its black window trim, the lighting and the accessories that can be seen downstairs, the walls, the stairs, the kitchen cabinet and the cabinet in Napoleon’s style in the dining room with the white paint are in the most appropriate contrast. The red spot, the graffiti on the walls, the bookshelf full of colorful books and the warm tones furniture pieces reveal another part of a generally white universe, the animated one. In spite of the impression of a luxurious project, the spaces are simple and elegant, without an abundance of objects, every little thing suggesting warmth and comfort, good taste and high quality.



Published by in Apartments, on November 8th, 2011

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