Ixdesign redid the 130 Barrow Street Loft, situated in New York City’s West Village. The apartment is part of a 1931 building which served as a truck garage before it was converted to condominiums in 1983. The 1,050 square foot apartment had several drawbacks: limited natural light, outdated décor and awkward geometry. All these were fixed by ixdesign, which transformed it into a luxury loft-style apartment.
What used to be an “awkward geometry, limited natural light and an outdated décor” was transformed into a bright, sophisticated contemporary loft. Stripping down the walls to its basic layout, the architects rearranged the spaces to suit a modern lifestyle.
By using a natural color palette and warm wood insertions, they updated the look and feel of this now amazing home. Finished off with a white background that makes each detail pop out, the 130 Barrow Street loft feels like an inviting dream home and looks completely different from the old apartment. Scroll down to see the “before” photos, as found on Contemporist. They will help you get a clear picture of the expansive renovation.
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