Interior design by Envi Design | Photography by Audrey Hall | Market Picks: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
The two themes in interiors that I gravitate towards the most are colour (funny that!) and industrial elements, so I love it when I see a the two brought together in one space. Interior designer Susie Hoffmann did just that when she converted a 1930s flour mill near downtown Bozeman, Montana into her home. At only 1,000 square feet the former office space is open plan, incorporating a kitchen, dining and living room and office into one room. Clever design elements such as open shelving to display dishes in the kitchen and birch walls in the bedroom for closets offer plenty of storage. The colour palette was inspired by the building's location around the mountains of Montana and the surrounding blue sky - Farrow and Ball's 'Cooks Blue' is a great match. Hot pink hues and a surprise red accent in the bathroom have been added to keep the space from feeling flat. What do you like about this colourful loft?