Minimalist Loft styling hacks

Minimalist Loft styling hacks

Living in a loft usually means small spaces, and needing to chose the right furniture to fit. A few tips to making a small space feel larger is adding tall furntiure to extend the eye up, bookcases are a great option and are great for storage. Adding interesting wall paper to create an accent wall can make the space feel larger.

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Baylin

Spring Nightstand Black

Sage & Silk

FROSTED GREEN ECHEVERIA IN ROUND ZINC PLANTER

Dash & Albert

Kumi Jacquard Decorative Pillow

Loloi

Rumi Ivory 7'-9" x 9'-9"

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G&G Trading

Stellar 7" Ceramic Pillar Candle Holder blue

Sage & Silk

Faux Single Succulent Plant White

Sage & Silk

Faux Succulent with Gold Pot Gold

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Saro

Soft Cotton Diamond Weave Throw

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CB2

Acacia Storage Bench

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Crate & Barrel

Kelby Medium Tote

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Williams Sonoma

Marble Bowl

Crate & Barrel

Direction Vase

West Elm

west elm + Rejuventation Cylinder Sconce - Adjustable

West Elm

Symmetry Object, Small Octahedron, Gold

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Pottery Barn

Charleston Vintage Alarm Clock - Silver

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CB2

Palace Round Brass Box

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Stairway Black Wall-Mounted Bookcase - 96" Height

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Crate & Barrel

Artificial White Peony Bunch

Crate & Barrel

Faux Potted Moss

Unison

Hoop Medium Vase by Stelton

Unison

Hoop Small Vase by Stelton

Pottery Barn

Juno Reclaimed Wood Bed, Queen, Reclaimed Pine

Pottery Barn

GRACE: THE AMERICAN VOGUE YEARS

Pottery Barn

PARIS: PORTRAIT OF A CITY BY JEAN-CLAUDE GAUTRAND

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CB2

Palma Large Brass Latch Box

West Elm

Mobile Chandelier, 29", Two-Tone

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Crate & Barrel

8" Artificial Potted Cacti

Anthropologie

Everyday Magic Book, Black Motif

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Crate & Barrel

"Mykonos Muse" Book

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Crate & Barrel

"The Big Book of Chic" Book

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Crate & Barrel

"Turquoise Coast" Book

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