A lovely minimalist converted soap factory loft in New York

Morning! hope you had a lovely weekend?! Me, I am going to need more than just a caffe latte to recover. Just soooo tired! The one thing that might help though is looking at this beautiful minimalist New York apartment / work space of architect Elizabeth Roberts in an old soap and wax factory. I love that you can work one minute and crawl into bed the next. Just what I need with minus nine outside!

Photographer: Melanie Acevedo via SF Girl by Bay
I paticularly love the the old wooden floor and white washed brick wall, oh so pretty! What do you reckon?

Have a lovely day!


  1. The floor alone adds so much character. I always love this idea of converting old factories, schools, etc into living spaces. It's like you get to live in a piece of history.


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