Designer Tara Benet was careful to preserve this historic Tribeca loft's architectural features — pressed tin ceiling, hardwood floors and exposed brick walls — while giving the space a 21st Century update with Modern fixtures and furnishings throughout.
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A Light-Filled Modern White Loft Living Room With Tin Ceiling
This white loft apartment in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood is loaded with architectural detail, including a painted tin ceiling and oversized windows that bring in ample natural light. A sleek modular sofa and low-profile coffee table, both by B&B Italia, create a nice spot for TV viewing and conversation. The chandelier is by Moooi.
A sleek modular sofa by B&B Italia has a view of large-scale, modern artwork and a wall-mounted TV in this bright white living room. The two-toned modern TV console is by Ligne Roset. This home in the heart of Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood retains its character with an exposed brick wall, tin ceiling and oversized windows that let in loads of natural light.
Modern furnishings tread lightly on the distinctive architecture of this white loft apartment in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. A sleek steel dining table is surrounded by sinuous leather chairs from Ligne Roset. The whimsical, leaf-like chandelier is by Moooi.
A sleek desk built into a wall of custom shelves is a space-saving feature in this Tribeca loft lounge. Smoky oak floors, white walls and a white tin ceiling create a clean, neutral envelope for this modern space. A rocking chair by Cassina rests on a cowhide rug.