The dark and gloomy loft from the BAM Design Lab company is located in the heart of the bustling district of Los Angeles, California, USA. The combination of steel and concrete with an elegant quilted leather, velvet and lucite looks surprisingly luxurious. Objects outlines are blurred by the contrast of materials. Special walls covering resembles concrete and emphasize the industrial style. The walls of the dining room are decorated with crude steel.
They also contrast with acrylic Baroque chairs from the Acrila and with polycarbonate furniture from Zaha Hadid Slamp. But domed chairs with images of skeletons look really unexpectedly. What is more, Italian wallpaper Yolo in the living room create the effect of the crumbling plaster. Also, the quilted leather sofa Baxter adds some elements of modern Baroque to the interior design, and the coffee table, which was made-to-order, completes the image of rough luxury. The interior of the bedroom is a modern interpretation of Gothic grunge.
Wallpaper-frescoes made by Iris Maschek in the lit-niche and Abigail Abern chandelier are true works of art. The handcrafted frame of the headboard from Voila Gallery is finished with silver leaves that give it a special antique chic. The minimalist design of this exclusive bedroom is a perfect background for such interior elements that suit the interior perfectly. Metallized wallpaper Vahallan in the guest bedroom emphasizes the headboard also decorated with wallpaper from Irish Maschek. The fuchsia colored bed is a bright accent on the background of this gloomy room. The scattered light from the night-lights in the industrial style completes the image of a gothic glamor bedroom.
Photos courtesy of Bam Design Lab