This modern bachelor pad in Manhattan belongs to the owners of a salad joint called Sweetgreen. The interiors were the work of Homepolish, a company who’s philosophy is “giving our clients access to top emerging interior design talent, the world’s best shopping experience, and exceptional customer service (we’re fanatical about it), we’re making it easy to love where you live.” The front room is what instantly caught my attention. I even like the large plants, I don’t get along with indoor plants as I seam to always kill them some how. Lofts have always been appealing to me based of off a few common traits. The large opens spaces with almost no defined areas and the height of the ceilings make for a blank canvas. I also appreciate that older lofts, they offer a great deal of architectural charm.
Photos by Claire Esparros