Want to know how to use an abundance of art objects and artistic touches in your interior decor without making it look like a gallery exhibition or worst kitsch? Take a cue from this Berlin project by Dreimeta studio. Renovating and reimagining the loft space the designers aimed to create a highly aesthetical ambiance that can offer a calm retreat from the busy life of the owners but to be at the same time a dynamic representation of the beauty that touches their life.
Following the less-is-more concept, but allowing plenty of space for art and color, the designers harmoniously combined light comfort whit expressive dynamics. Combining neutral colors, natural as well as industrial hints, preserving the building historic heritage and characteristic features in combination whit modern elements and pure lines the designers created quite an eclectic decor composition.
A rusty steel wall at the entrance area references the industrial character of the loft. Solid oak floors, a whitewashed backdrop of walls and ceilings, amazing tiles compositions (some of which like the one in the bathroom carrying expressive rustic feel) are introducing the organic hint to the interior.
Glass partitions, custom-made furniture, library stands and structures offer purity and minimalist touch to the arrangement. Art objects, sculptures, artifacts and treasures from around the world (collected by the owners) are arranged tastefully throughout the space, giving it artistic and personal touch. But not overwhelming the decor because of its stylish features and elegant character.
Earthly tonalities and neutral color palette with the occasional color accent provide a low-cay backdrop of the interior design and leave the art objects to speak for themselves. Arched windows, skylight openings and glass partitions offer an abundance of natural light and carry, together with the whitewashed brick walls and dynamic corner compositions, the characteristic structure of the loft.