It's one of my biggest design pet peeves that loft spaces are almost always done in a modern way. Like, always. It has turned me off to lofts for so long and it's unfortunate, because life in a big city only offers certain home buying opportunities. And many of those buying opportunities are loft spaces. Turn off. I can't stand the chunky modern lines, steel railings, black accents. Boring beyond belief. And so not homey. Leave it to Jessica Helgerson to turn all of that upside down, shake it around and deliver a loft space that I would love to live in. What I dig most about this space? Earthiness, brown tones, warmth, that killer floating console. Oh, and those old school light switches. Quite lovely. I'd move in in a heartbeat.