London Loft | House Tour |

Thursday, October 18, 2012







Images: Vincent Leroux Via

This London loft is converted from an old warehouse. I think it is just teeming with charm and fabulous vintage pieces. It's definitely a mash-up of styles but I think it works and looks like a perfect space to get creative in. What do you think? 

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  1. There's so much going on! I'm intrigued by the headboard of that bed that appears to be old car seats? Whoa! And I've never had cats but isn't it, um, weird/unhygenic to have them on the table? Haha. Oh cats.

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    1. ha! you have no idea, the fact that there were cats in this photo on the table gave me great hesitation in posting this tour. i have severe cat allergies so just looking at this makes feel really uncomfortable. but i just love those little chairs with the cushions and the bed - they won me over in the end :)

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  2. The first pic is to die for! And where can I get a bed like that, it feels like a boat to me :))

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    1. the bed is so neat with the way it's styled, i could see it being a little strange styled differently.

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  3. Beautiful and creative! The mannequin's hand in the third image looks good for scaring people xD

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    1. yes, i would love for it to be my office, in my dreams of course.

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  4. I too love it's charm! I see a story in every little piece. I love a place that can still have such personality even with white walls.

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    1. i agree i think it's all the little accoutrements that make this place.

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  5. What a great mix of styles. And I would just love to have that dining set up.

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  6. Very creative. I imagine it's very inspiring to be surrounded with such an eclectic collection. I love the fur rugs and vintage fabrics against the plain white walls.

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