There are a few spaces that we come across that make our jaws actually drop. This beautiful loft in NYC is one of them. The classic Soho space was given a full renovation by Christine Gachot of Gachot Studios complete with beautiful wood finishes, bold accents, and lots of amazing art.
The designer’s inspiration for the space? “Comfortable, modern, family fun,” she shares. Read ahead to explore the rest of the amazing space.
The main living room is a large light space that is easily divided into multiple rooms with some strategic styling.
Keep It Green
Plants are always great additions to liven up a home.
A modern light fixture and Lichtenstein pieces make the dining area a definite highlight.
Storage is hard to come by, so Gachot designed an amazing built-in structure to fit the warm wood palette and help the family get organized.
“We kept the historic cast iron column exposed in the kitchen,” notes Gachot. “It is the feature of the island design!”
We love the beautiful natural stone backsplash.
With a gut reno, the design team was able to easily create a flow between spaces with the white oak floors and panelling.
“We wanted to keep the design consistent and straightforward, but still warm and comfortable,” shares the designer.
With such huge open spaces, this bedroom also doubles as a home office.
One of the standout parts of the space? The fun anatomy print in the bathroom. “The inspiration was a simple pun,” explains Gachot. “Toiletpaper Magazine in the toilet room as wallpaper. Maurizio Cattelan’s work has always been an inspiration. It is funny and colorful — a great surprise to the muted palette in the rest of the residence.”
We love how the bathroom is almost entirely covered in the same tile with a few defining borders.
Is there anything better than a walk-in closet?
We love how the kid’s room deviates from the palette for a playful flair.
Rich indigo tile definitely adds drama to this cool bathroom.
Who knew such an incredible home was hiding in the streets of Soho?