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The Loft style is style of 40х years of the last century, to the origin of that the reconditioned served a push under the accommodation of cheap apartments of the industrial setting (neglected building of factories, storages, garret apartments).
The basic features of this style is a planning openness, absence of partitions, large area of accommodation and high ceiling. Also to the features of this style it is possible to take confluence old and new. Not plastered old walls from a rough brick and not covered pipes of ventilation under ceiling, miraculously combine in this style with new modern furniture and technique.
For a decoration in an interior use graffiti and various accessories : tables, sign-boards, pointers, advertisement постеры, street lanterns and other objects, surrounding the habitants of cities. And also sculptures from a gypsum and bronze. As the coloured spots on a background old монохромных walls, use bright pictures in ancient and new frames.
In an interior in style of Loft it is not accepted to cover windows window shades. Windows must be large, from sex to ceiling, through them much sunlight must get in an apartment.
That an apartment did not seem empty and dull, furniture necessarily must be large and exclusive. Assumed small improvisation with arrangement of furniture in an interior. For example, arm-chairs and chairs can be from different furniture sets, different colors and forms, main that they to belong to one epoch. Furniture in an interior executes the basic functions not only, she yet serves for dividing of dwelling space into zones.