Feel-good atmosphere in the loft apartment
Divide living space of the loft into zones
Many loft apartments have few interior or partition walls separating your rooms. Most lofts consist of only one large room, so living areas need to be divided specifically.
So creating private living areas, such as the bathroom or bedroom setup could become a challenge. Kitchen or the dining area, for example, can be integrated into the living room and used together
as an open space with the living room. The same goes for the work area, which can find its place in an empty corner.
With an additional floor can be created further living space, which additionally helps to divide the apartment into different areas.
Room dividers are the optimal solution to divide your large living space into different zones.
Separate living area in loft with room divider
You want to furnish your loft and divide the living space to create several small as well as functional zones? Then a room divider shelf from form.bar
is the perfect option for you.
They adapt to your space and wishes to the millimeter and kill two birds with one stone! They not only provide a clear structure, but can also be placed freely in the room,
so that they allow you a flexible placement in the loft.
The open shelves, which you can determine by size and number, allow light to penetrate into your separated area and consequently your loft does not lose its spaciousness.
With our form.bar configurator you can easily choose your favorite color and material and then form your new room divider according to your wishes.
In the living room, for example, you can easily separate the work area from the living area or create a reading corner with an armchair.
You can also easily divide your kitchen into a dining and cooking area with a modern room divider.
Form "islands" in the loft
If your loft has two floors, you need fewer partitions, but several islands. By islands we mean, for example, a large dining table including matching chairs and a beautiful lamp above it.
Another option is a large sofa with armchairs or stools grouped around the coffee table.
Island-forming furniture, in order to create a beautiful effect and personality, needs a lot of space and clearance around it.
Subtle colors for the loft apartment
Basically, minimalist furniture with simple design and subtle colors best suit the bright and open ambience of a loft.
The loft style is primarily characterized by colors that are related to factories. So, gray tones combined with white and black are indispensable.
Red is also well suited to fill the loft with intensity and warmth. Masonry walls can retain their original look or be colored.
Whether you prefer to choose a subtle design or use eye-catching colors and unusual patterns depends on your taste.
Sufficient heating of the loft
Often in industrial buildings there is insufficient heating to live in them in the long term. Therefore, it is important to provide proper heating.
There are several options for this. Underfloor heating, for example, is always advisable in a loft. Wall heaters are also recommended.
These work like underfloor heating, but radiate heat more effectively into the room. With conventional radiators, you have the option to create a beautiful cladding
and use it as a bench at the same time. We at form.bar offer you
benches that you can customize to fit your heater to the millimeter.
In the best case, you should consult an energy consultant to find the best heating option for your loft apartment.
Fireplace stove for loft apartment
In a loft also can not be missing a fireplace. A fireplace is not only a good source of heat, but also a beautiful element of interior design,
because it allows you to stage living rooms in a very individual way. In addition, they give the room a sense of security, as well as a cozy, industrial ambience.
Insulation and multiple glazing
Originally, industrial spaces, where lofts are created today, were not built for living. That's why it's important to create a feel-good environment in the loft.
You should start with the outer shell, i.e. with the windows and walls. The better the insulation, the easier it is to keep large rooms warm.
Multiple glazing of the windows is also mandatory in the loft.
Ventilation inside the loft apartment
In your loft, you should also make sure there is adequate ventilation. Lofts often have large, high windows that are difficult to open.
That's why there are special living room ventilation systems that ensure optimal indoor air quality.