Cool industrial style loft with cement floors, original metal plate ceilings, industrial lamps, recylced materials and modern urban art. Welcome to the Zombie Kids loft, the home of DJ Jay Cumhur.
You really cannot get a living room that screams cool and male and DJ so loudly like this one does. From the studded black leather lounges, the bright green geometric rug, to the music crates repurposed as coffee tables, the large skull and cool magazines. I particularly fancy the Adidas shopping bags turned cushions.
No shelving needed, books arranged neatly on one side of the wall. Tons of industrial fixtures as far as the eye can see and modern abstract art adorn the walls.
Thought provoking and cool at the same time. I’m just taken aback by such a big slab of the color red, it’s mesmerizing.
Funky retro toys, vintage robots have been making a huge comeback.
Skulls again, this time wall mounted with some modern graphic art pieces and framed concert tickets.
Super cool, narrow stairs take you down to the Aladdin’s cave of records. Rustic exposed brick walls and metal framing adding to the cool factor.
If you make music, then this is paradise.
Highly stylized bathroom in a modern, male cool vibe.
Now that is a collection of sneakers! one for every color of the rainbow and to suit every mood.
Amazing loft designed by Alexander Uglyanitsa. Brick and wooden panelled walls, high ceilings, exposed pipes, rusty neutral color palette that screams industrial style with a rich and vibrant dash of teal in the couches. Do you see that fireplace? I am in LOVE!
A London loft decorated with recycled items that have been re-purposed to create a quirky, cool, off beat space. The use of vintage floral fabrics gives the place a nice organic feel.