After visiting the Soho loft, Jessie Schuster, a New York-based interior designer, was inspired by her stylish makeover, fully open kitchen, and generous layout. The passion for the apartment was immediately and the concept for the interior design started quickly forming into a solid idea. After an interior renovation, the interior designer started calling that project home! With simply magnificent sun exposure, this Soho loft, which we introduce you to will prove to be a source of inspiration. Get excited by the vibrant personality and contemporary design!
Jessie Schuster’s love affair with her new Soho loft had some hiccups that adhere to her moving into the new home. Between trips delayed by Covid 19 and late deliveries of furniture, the interior renovation took a little longer than expected. Nowadays, space translates into its glamorous, seductive, and art-filled decor. In the open space between the living and dining room, there is a fluidity of design that is wonderful to watch. Although the dining room is a little more discreet, it does not translate into a less refined design with less personality. The perfect modern contemporary design!
The entrance and kitchen also present a contemporary design but with a cleaner and more accurate visual programming. The concept of open space in the kitchen was one of the features that most convinced the interior designer, using it for large dinners with friends was undoubtedly a plus, since one of his passions is to entertain. A flexible and well-thought-out layout, together with a curated piece of furniture and accessories design, was the key ingredient to further enrich the unique aesthetic of this contemporary home.
A long corridor leads back to private spaces, including a master bedroom whose furniture stands out for its synergy between comfort, layout, and bold colors, specifically the strong but always intelligent presence of green. In relation to the main bathroom, Jessie Schuster created a more modern design in which the focal point is the black slate wall. The challenge here was to define the different areas and functions: living room, dining area, kitchen…without compromising the openness of the space and the warmth of the morning rays. The Soho loft was undoubtedly an excellent bet on the part of the interior designer who did an excellent job and balance between the renovation and conservation of the existing identity of the house, complementing and linking the concepts through an excellent contemporary design.
Source: Elle Decor