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I Spy: Chinese Lanterns
Long before New York became, well, a very expensive place to live, lofts were simple affairs, lightly converted to accommodate living, without ever piling on the luxury. This raw space harkens back to those days, when a lack of overhead lighting could be solved by hanging large Chinese lanterns like the ones seen above. If you’re having similar lighting difficulties, consider this a possible solution. 
Click here to see the Chinese lanterns available for purchase on eBay.
(Photo courtesy of The Dreamhouse Effect. Text by Jenny Bahn)

I Spy: Chinese Lanterns

Long before New York became, well, a very expensive place to live, lofts were simple affairs, lightly converted to accommodate living, without ever piling on the luxury. This raw space harkens back to those days, when a lack of overhead lighting could be solved by hanging large Chinese lanterns like the ones seen above. If you’re having similar lighting difficulties, consider this a possible solution. 

Click here to see the Chinese lanterns available for purchase on eBay.

(Photo courtesy of The Dreamhouse Effect. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Open Spaces
What do you do when you’ve got 2000 square feet of empty loft to fill? Anything you want. This place reminds of us of a chic little flop house, complete with badly positioned sofas, antelope taxidermy, and a disco ball. There’s something kind of wonderful about how haphazard everything has been thrown together, down to the crooked picture frames. If you have a ton of space you just don’t know what to do with… [MORE], perhaps follow their lead. It’s an anything-goes approach to decorating that just might be the counter-balance to the hyper-articulated interior design culture we live in right now. To help you on your way, we’ve found everything you’ll need on eBay: a giant disco ball, a selection of sofas from the ’70s, and all the antelope mounts you could hope for. 
(Photo: Uncredited. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Open Spaces

What do you do when you’ve got 2000 square feet of empty loft to fill? Anything you want. This place reminds of us of a chic little flop house, complete with badly positioned sofas, antelope taxidermy, and a disco ball. There’s something kind of wonderful about how haphazard everything has been thrown together, down to the crooked picture frames. If you have a ton of space you just don’t know what to do with… [MORE], perhaps follow their lead. It’s an anything-goes approach to decorating that just might be the counter-balance to the hyper-articulated interior design culture we live in right now. To help you on your way, we’ve found everything you’ll need on eBay: a giant disco ball, a selection of sofas from the ’70s, and all the antelope mounts you could hope for. 

(Photo: Uncredited. Text by Jenny Bahn)