The Crosby Street Loft occupies the 4th level of an industrial building in Soho. The space was completely gutted to create a new layout for a family of three. The owners are designers and were highly involved in the selection of finishes and details. The final result is a neutral background for their eclectic tastes.
The kitchen features a marble slab with shades of hot pink used to create the kitchen sink and as a backsplash. Across from the marble-topped sink wall is a large, white, Corian and walnut island for gathering while cooking and for breakfast at the bar.
Solid walnut floors were installed throughout the space and the same material was used for the kitchen island, closet millwork and custom furniture. The Master Bath combines a gold-plated wall-mounted bathroom faucet with a marble slab shower, a salvaged black-bottomed claw foot tub, and radiant-heated walnut floors.
Existing radiators, pipes and exposed electrical conduits were hidden inside of custom wood radiator enclosures that run along perimeter walls. Existing brick walls were skim coated with plaster and hand-sanded to create a soft, plaster and brick texture on all perimeter walls.
A classic New York City loft was personalized for a growing family with minimalist details and a bespoke kitchen.
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