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An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

Project: New York Style Loft
Location: Cascina, Tuscany, Italy
Text and photos provided by Matteo and Veronica

An ambitious project for a young couple like Matteo and Veronica, a personal trainer and a beautician who live in a small town near Pisa. They looked for something different, they had everything in their minds. They bought a very old building of 220 mq and almost 5 m high to realize their dream: a New York style loft. After only nine months of hard work they proudly started living in a custom made home. Over 130 mq of open space, 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms, 1 laundry, 1 pantry and a big walk in closet.

Black, white and many shades of grey are the main theme of this amazing loft. Metal furnitures, an oversized table, a giant sofa, a custom made canopy bed and a round bathtub are some of the beauties of this place. Sometimes dreams come true…Matteo and Veronica are living one.

Before
BEFORE

An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

kitchen, industrial style

An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

bedroom

An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

bathroom, industrial style

An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

An Old Furniture Laboratory Becomes a New York Style Loft

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