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Urban Spaces: Industrial Modern Los Angeles Loft

TV and film producer Mark Taylor purchased a 1,200-square-foot industrial modern loft in West Hollywood, then designed the home to fit his needs.

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Overall, Mark's loft is neutral, light and airy. To add a jolt of energy to his otherwise minimalistic, neutral bedroom, he painted the wall behind the bed a shade of red from Dunn-Edwards called Red Contrast. This is an excellent design trick for homeowners who love red but find it too high-energy for a whole bedroom. Although the red wall becomes a focal point upon entering the room, it's out of sight once lying in bed.

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