Learn tricks for styling a raw loft with personal touches and statement art. Joel Bray reveals his favourite parts of a historical 1,300-square-foot loft designed by Nathalie Bouchard and Annie Horth of Creative Flats. Tour the galley kitchen with open shelving, spacious living room with a mix of industrial, vintage and modern furniture, and bedrooms with white-painted brick walls and statement lighting.
Living room: Rug, Prestige Persian Rugs, Montreal (514) 690-6152 or visit Prestigepersianrugs.com; desk, Cité Déco, as above; console, Creative Flats, as above; lacquered shelves, Eurosystems, Montreal (514) 543-8213 or visit Eurosystems.ca; cushions on sofa, Celadon; art, "Le Colonel", wood ladder, Style Labo, email@example.com; black leather chairs, Boutique Jack's, Montreal (514) 596-0060 or visit Jacks70.com.
Kitchen: Countertop, Francesco Carbonaro, as above; paella dish, wood accessories, Les Touilleurs, Montreal (514) 278-0008 or visit Lestouilleurs.com; shot glasses (on counter), Beige, Montreal (514) 989-8585, Ottawa (613) 761-7373 or visit Beigestyle.com; shelving, Creative Flats, as above.
Bathroom: Vanity design, Creative Flats, as above; sink, faucet, Agences Stéphane Nault, Montreal (514) 524-4040 or visit A-sn.ca; mirror, Beige, as above; marble counter, bathtub, sink. Mr. Francesco Carbonero consulting, (514) 240-2027.
Principal bedroom: Bed, Couleurs, Montreal (514) 282-4141 or visit Couleurs.qc.ca; taupe blanket, Style Labo, as above.
Second bedroom: Herman Miller chair, bookshelf, Boutique Jack's, as above.