NoHo - Great Jones Loft

The mixture of textures and patterns in the apartment give it a contemporary feel while highlighting the traditional roots: in exposed brick and wood beams. Tied in with sleek furniture and an apropos floor rug, we can't imagine a better way to escape the hustle and bustle of New York City than in this chic oasis.

Designer: Sally Rigg - http://www.riggnyc.com

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Eclectic Creative added this to 9 Ways to Breathe Life Into 'Dead' Corners10 Jan 2017

7. Lay back on a transitional loungeAnother great multi-purpose piece is a chaise or daybed. Not quite a statement armchair, not quite a sofa (they are a little larger than an armchair, and not as large as a lounge), these corner solvers work wonderfully in wall junctions.Tip: Build in some breathing space by positioning a transitional lounge out a little from walls and windowsills. You can also anchor another furniture piece off one of these seating options, such as a console or sideboard – just leave some air between them.

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