Condo Renovation in SoHo

Upon stepping into this Wooster Street loft, the soon-to-be owner knew he’d found his future home. Although the outdated, dust-covered interior needed a good scrubbing and a little modernization, the bones possessed great potential and occupied an ideal location. His challenge to Dixon Projects: Rework this SoHo loft’s interior to better utilize the space, and imbue a modern, minimalistic and slightly masculine design scheme throughout.


Interior Design


Construction & Procurement

Restoration & Rehabilitation

A Remodeled Condo Coming to Life

The team began by stripping the interior of its outdated finishes and fixtures, leaving behind a blank slate. Inspired by both his Australian roots and the city he now calls home, the client envisioned a space that perfectly meshed together Australia’s beachy, clean and airy feel with NYC’s modern-industrial vibes. Dixon’s in-house interior design team attained the perfect look by preserving the building’s existing loft-like features and adding touches of modern flair while remaining in constant communication with the client.

Restoring Original Details

Prior to becoming a mixed-use building, Wooster Street was a factory. During demolition, the team found an old time card that fit the style sought by the client. Now showcased upon entry, this charming historic detail sets the tone for the unit while nodding to the building’s unique past. Further preserving what once was, the team restored the original columns and brick wall in the living room, as well as the ceiling’s wood beams.

Luxury kitchen renovation
Luxury kitchen renovation
The team placed an emphasis on keeping this space as bright as possible through the use of white oak hardwood floors throughout and a clean kitchen with glossy white cabinetry against a white Macaubas Quartzite stone countertop and backsplash. Professional-grade stainless steel appliances shine, while glass pendant lights hang above the island from the ceiling, blanketed by exposed wood beams.
Guest bedroom renovation
Restored wood beams

A mixture of glass and matte black steel creates the perfect industrial touch on both the staircase and the feature wall of the guest bedroom. A striking master suite boasts clean lines and a custom closet behind another feature wall. Here, a fireplace lends a cozy touch that contrasts with the sprawling mezzanine above which runs throughout the entire unit and lends itself as the perfect space for a home office or additional storage.

condo living room renovation manhattan before
condo living room renovation manhattan after
As the home sits atop a ground floor retail space, the team utilized caution while reworking the plumbing system for the brand-new master bathroom. This space now presents a jaw-dropping oasis, complete with a white oak double vanity topped with Caesarstone, massive glass-enclosed rain shower, separate freestanding tub, private toilet room, radiant heated flooring and stunning tilework in sand and gray tones.

A second stunning bathroom, laundry closet with stackable LG washer + dryer, and motorized roller window shades in the living and dining area complete this unit. What was once a dull and outdated space is now a well-designed, laudable loft.