Flatiron loft gets a spectacular renovation featuring high-end millwork and finishes

Posted On Tue, January 31, 2017 By

Posted On Tue, January 31, 2017 By In Flatiron, Interiors

This beautiful loft located in the Flatiron District was designed and renovated by the firm S. R. Gambrel. Known for their innovative use of texture and color, their execution of the interior is a complex but cohesive exercise in fusing a varied palette of the two. The loft was transformed to create individual rooms, and top highlights found in each are the cabinetry details and the millwork that stretches from the floor to ceiling.

S. R. Gambrel, Flatiron loft

S. R. Gambrel, Flatiron loft

S. R. Gambrel used the vast space and impressive ceiling height to help inform the spaces. The designers also incorporated high levels of craftsmanship, as well as multiple layers of different materials.

S. R. Gambrel, Flatiron loft

S. R. Gambrel, Flatiron loft

The main hallway features glamorous, tiled flooring with a finish that reflects the opulent wall decor of the hall.

S. R. Gambrel, Flatiron loft

The built-in bookshelves are finished with a soft blue hue and cream colored accessories, both providing a nice contrast to the other rooms’ bolder and brighter decor.

S. R. Gambrel, Flatiron loft

The highlight of the home’s kitchen is the massive marble island which dominates the space. The island area is capped with a far more delicate light fixture made up of hand-blown glass bulbs and a steel frame.

S. R. Gambrel, Flatiron loft

Adjacent to the island is a modern wood kitchen table and retro chairs. A playful spin of the piece is echoed in the colorful chandelier hanging above, and the room’s geometric double doors.

S. R. Gambrel, Flatiron loft

The bedroom boasts a soft palette of neutral earth tones and soft blues and grays. A thick, soft carpet lines the gray wood flooring, giving the room a more barn-like rustic feel when compared to the rest of the home.

S. R. Gambrel, Flatiron loft

Neutral tones are also found in the master bathroom and closet, as warm caramel-colored marble covers half of the bathroom and matching ikat wall patterns adorn the dressing area.

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