What's your view at interior design with strong industrial elements? If you think its utilitarian nature cannot be tamed, you should revise your opinion. Loft 002 in Toronto, Canada, is a proof that rawness of old workshops and warehouses converted into living spaces can be concealed with the right decor.
The loft used to look very unappealing, with naked walls, concrete pillars, and uneven ceiling. However, designers from Toronto-based studio Rad Design Inc managed to turn it into a beautiful and modern suite. To get rid of the crude industrial look, but preserve the original character of the place at the same time, they've decided to leave the main structure intact, but supplement it with good-looking accessories.
Appliances and subtle accents such as paintings and sculptures hanging on the walls fill the space with much-needed colour. Comfortable furniture in the light-toned furniture adds a touch of coziness and warmth.
Generally speaking, the Loft 002 combines explicit industrial look with soft accents you'd expect to see in a traditional home, which makes it an ideal place to work and live.