Urban Loft Design Stirs the Senses with Pops of Color

When decking out her former digs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Naomi Stein was definitely ahead of the curve with her alternative style choice that she calls modern bohemian glamour. “I’ve always loved a collected feel with some things that are new, some things that are old, some traditional, and some modern,” says the creative director for Ardmore, Pennsylvania-based Design Manifest.

Stein learned about the home design industry early on from her father who owned a construction company. But her 1,400-square-foot, open-concept loft wasn’t a custom build; it was a rental, which drove a lot of her design decisions. While working within the guidelines of what could be altered in the bachelorette pad she shared with her beloved pug, the designer also had to find the best way to divide and conquer the wide-open space, which she did by creating different zones and vignettes to give each area a purpose and to make it feel cozy.

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Credit: Home by Design Magazine April/May 2017