This SOHO loft designed by New York creative agency The Apartment‘s Stefan Boublil was one of the “stars” of Devil Wears Prada (if you rewatch it, pause when you see Anne Hathaway walking into this swanky loft where a cocktail’s happening).
In the movie you see mostly beautiful New Yorkers mingling.
Here, the brilliant SOHO loft, in all its glory!
I feel like I need to play some Devil Wears Prada music ogling at this loft!
The flooring and the walls – first things that caught my attention.
And then the vibrant colors.
In The Devil Wears Prada this was used to depict a bachelor’s pad.
By the looks of the colors, the toys etc, this is obviously a family’s home.
Lucky kids! How I wish I grew up in this converted 1920s department store!
I love how the owners are daring with colors and everything not only match, they seem to complement!
The 13 feet ceilings/ exposed pipes/ the exposed brick walls going hand in hand with the ultra polished plain white walls on the opposite side. Oohhhhhh
So much space!
You can do cartwheels in the living room!
This stack-wood fireplace is so hawt, it’s featured in an HGTV’s top 10 fireplaces!
Check out the antique babycot!
Again – so daring with colors and yet everything looks so simple!
They retained what the designer calls Corinthian Columns in the apartment – phoaaarrrrr
Ok gotta go dinner now.