Stacy Weiss: Shadyside, Pennsylvania
While a common challenge of loft living is in creating an inviting environment, Weiss met this obstacle head-on. "You really have to put lots of pieces in place so it doesn't seem cold," she states.
Rather than fulfilling a wish-list of items and furnishings, Weiss takes a more emotive approach to choosing what she brings home. By loving every piece that she buys and then finding a place for it, she has created a relaxed environment where just about everything has a story.
The leather chair and ottoman, for example, had belonged to Weiss's parents. They had bought it brand new back in the 70s. "I was young," Weiss explains, "and I thought it was so ugly- eventually I fell in love with it!" She inherited the set about ten years ago, and has never lost appreciation for it.
Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
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Una collezione ricca di colore nella città di PittsburghI soffitti alti e i mattoni dipinti di bianco di questo appartamento a Pittsburgh creano come una tela, sfondo ideale per accogliere un’esposizione di opere d’arte. Per fortuna, la proprietaria di questo loft ha una grande vena artistica. Tutte le pareti dell’appartamento sono tappezzate di opere d’arte antiche e pezzi di occasione. Questo ambiente risplende di personalità, di colori e calore.