SoHo Home with High Ceilings and Hints of Scandi Design

It really is insane how quickly your home can transform from spotless interior heaven to a true hoarder blogger madness. I’ve only been home for two days, and already my apartment is looking like a frat house. I am working on a bunch of projects to be released later this year and I am frantically trying to get it all done in the next two weeks before heading back to LA for Thanksgiving.


Speaking of US, only in New York you’ll find the super high ceiling loft apartments. What’s not to love right? This very cool space is owned by Jenn Chang, director of Architecture at Common — a residential leasing company that offers private rooms and shared spaces in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington DC and Seattle.

The duplex apartment is housed within a four-story Queen Anne style building that was built in 1886 as a grammar school before being converted into a 39-unit condo by the New York City Board of Education in 1981. Don’t you just love the history?

I really love the oversized picture windows, simple but beautiful interior with hints of Scandinavian designs here and there, and that walkway wardrobe looks too cool for school.

Have a wonderful Wednesday, guys!



Photography: Nick Glimenakis
Via: Design Anthology Mag

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