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Synonyms for loft

floor consisting of a large unpartitioned space over a factory or warehouse or other commercial space

floor consisting of open space at the top of a house just below roof

(golf) the backward slant on the head of some golf clubs that is designed to drive the ball high in the air

a raised shelter in which pigeons are kept

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store in a loft

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propel through the air

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kick or strike high in the air

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lay out a full-scale working drawing of the lines of a vessel's hull

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This duplex apartment offers loft living at the of Sterling House in the Jewellery Quarter
8220;What the Loft Living team offers is different and better than pocket listings,” says Chambers, “because we have dozens of unlisted properties to choose from.
1971: City approves loft living for artists in Soho
Most UK residents live in suburban housing, and 80% of us aspire to live in a house with a garden; yet the debate so often dwells on 'minority sports' such as city centre loft living.
The site lies in the heart of the city and embraces the concept of loft living for upwardly mobile professionals, with a green twist.
First-floor apartments are contemporary in feel and feature spacious open-plan living areas, while the top floor apartments offer thoughtfully-designed use of space, and exposed ceilings complete the feeling of top-quality loft living.
Loft living is not just for trendy city dwellers - it's becoming popular in the 'burbs, too.
An important contribution to the time was the change in decor caused by the then-new idea of industrial loft living as chronicled by Suzanne Slesin and Joan Kron in their seminal work, "High Tech: The Industrial Style and Source Book for The Home.
And details have been planned with attention to quality including thermostatically-controlled and zoned under floor heating, highly insulated glass, bespoke lighting systems and wiring for sound and television systems The first floor provides real loft living with a Shaker style kitchen to one end, complete with stainless steel appliances, limestone floor and black granite work surfaces.
Loft living as an international urban trend can be traced to 1960s New York, according to a Barcelona writer/editor of interior design books.
Jason is looking forward to working on the St Peter's Wharf project and said: "Compared to the way other new homes developers approach apartment living or loft living, I believe Akenside has a very original approach.
A designer should charge about a minimum $100 an hour for this service; and, believe me, this is the best investment you'll make in loft living, because a design expert's advice will save you from buying expensive products and home furnishings that are a mistake.
I was inspired by the idea of loft living but I also knew that I wanted to live in a house.
The developer used a street-level sales gallery to house key elements of a full-scale, furnished model that would depict loft living for its first-time buyers while the 53-unit in-fill project was under construction--and inaccessible.