Loft apartments and homes require a particular type of kitchen. Yes, they can be light and airy, but they can also face some particular challenges. Here are seven loft-style kitchens — some huge and tall, and others tucked under the eaves — that make particular good use of their space. We'd love to cook in any of these.
- Exposed Ceilings: This loft space has embraced the industrial feel with the exposed ceilings. The polish of the tile wall in the kitchen and the sleek countertop, provide a welcome contrast.
- White and Natural Wood: The slanted ceilings in this kitchen mean that vertical storage is out of the question. But we love how they've built abundant lower cabinets and counter space. Plus, the skylights are perfect.
- Exposed Brick: Our favorite part about this kitchen? If we have to pick just one it would be the exposed brick, and the simple white shelves that decorate it.
- Textured Walls: The textured walls in this kitchen help distinguish it as a separate space from the rest of the loft.
- Walls of Windows: The windows are the most notable feature of this loft. And they make for a wonderful cooking space.
- Weathered Wood: Once again, the natural wood of this kitchen tempers the industrial accents and exposed vents in this kitchen.
- Slanted Roof: The skylights in this kitchen are the best feature, well that and the double ovens.