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Losa Loft by Aidlin Darling Design

By Inthralld on Jan 23, 2013

1,500 square feet is considered a relatively large loft for the city of San Francisco, and with Aidlin Darling Design’s latest remodel of the Mission District home, it looks even larger, lighter, and brighter.

The home harnesses five key areas: Cradle, Zipper, Hearth, Stage and Scrim. Each of these elements relates to a traditional spot in the home while re-appropriating it to an area to either show off your skills, display a design solution or provide a higher level of privacy. Built in shelving and storage complement the opaque screen-like material on the windows with wooden trim and a plethora of simple, chic and bold furnishings.

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Simply Chic Losa Loft by Aidlin Darling Design (12)

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Photos: Matthew Millman

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