Montana loft remodeled by Envi Design

This loft is located in Bozeman, Montana and it’s actually situated in a former flour mill. The building originally dates back to the 1930s bur at some point it has been converted into loft units. This particular loft was in need of some renovation so interior designer Susie Hoffmann, interior designer Susie Hoffmann had to step in.

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The loft is relatively small, like most Brooklyn residences. It only occupies 1000 square feet. However, the space had been cleverly divided and now it incorporates a kitchen, a dining/living room, and an office/guest room. The space is very functional and the key to that is managing to avoid clutter by creating plenty of storage space and keeping the décor clean and organized.

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streamlined and stylish live/work spaceView in gallery

streamlined and stylish live/work spaceView in gallery

streamlined and stylish live/work spaceView in gallery

streamlined and stylish live/work spaceView in gallery

Since there was a possibility that someday this space would become an office, the interior design had to have a modular feel, to be movable and changeable. Since the space was small, additional walls and partitions for the storage areas would have only made it smaller, so something else had to be used.

streamlined and stylish live/work spaceView in gallery

streamlined and stylish live/work spaceView in gallery

In the kitchen the solution was a series of shelves, in the bedroom some closets and a lofted guest nook in the office with plenty of hidden storage space underneath. The furniture chosen features pieces of similar scale so that the transition between different areas wouldn’t be sudden.{found here}