Lofty Living Space
Scott Damman is hoping a designer can help him create an inviting space that blends with his existing contemporary style while still retaining the spaciousness of his loft.
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Before: Empty Space
As part of an effort to revitalize downtown Detroit, a historic 1927 warehouse was recently restored and converted into residential loft spaces for contemporary living. Meanwhile, Scott Damman, a single male who had been living in the suburbs, decided that the city life appealed to him more, so he set out to find a new home. He found his 6,000-square-foot loft and was thrilled with the spacious top-story unit. Damman immediately tore down several interior walls to take advantage of the 15-foot ceilings and large windows and decorated much of the space himself. A year later, however, he has about 1,000 square feet left in which he wants to create distinct areas for entertaining guests. He is hoping a designer can help him create an inviting space that blends with his existing contemporary style while still retaining the spaciousness of the loft.
Resident designer Carriann Arkowski works her magic on an oddly shaped room.