Finely sanded oak wood floors, cabinetry, counters, and stools is what dominants in the kitchen area of this sui generis residence by , and it looks amazing! It’s an unusual concept that looks more like a neatly designed office than a kitchen. The introduction of dark blue cushions and a beige/dark blue/ and white fancy backsplash resonates a subtle superior modernism that captures the eye in an elusive way.
The intriguing interior design continues into the living room space with a most unusual hue. Egg yolk yellow is not the easiest color to work with; however, it has been used wisely here. As an accent shade, this deep awkward yellow color can be a spectacular enhancement for any room, especially living rooms, dining rooms, and kitchens.
Aurulent hues are always dynamic no matter which space they occupy. Whether the bedroom, bathroom, or kitchen, using such an unusual shade in interior design is a bold move. The wing-back egg yolk yellow chair is an ideal complement and contrast to the somber beige sofa. Throw in the geometric accent rug, pewter grey tones, and exposed brick wall, and you have a comfortable snug vibe.
A spa like energy emits from the bathroom area. It’s straightforward and functional. The non-fussy design is inspiring. The beauty of the aurulent theme is present, but not overpowering. It’s magnificently fascinating.
The bedroom carries over the aurulent theme. The shade is a burst of sunshine in the otherwise low-key bedroom décor. Even though the décor is sparse,l it’s alive. The multi-colored basket, and deeply rich colored walls are a lovely contrast. Natural light beams through the glass door and window that leads to the balcony. The view expands the space and adds a new dimension to the entire setting. The peacock blue closet/storage space seems to come from out of nowhere. You don’t expect such a magical color to be present, but it is and the effect is marvelous!
The open corridor space is striking. The enclave resembles the inside of a submarine with the nautical styled door, metal styles storage, and linearly laid tiles. The mirrored wall brightens and broadens the corridor space. The dark wood and smidgen of exposed brick maintains the homelike environment. It’s a great look that’s fun as well!
This apartment is a gem. It has taken on bold concepts to create an outstanding abode with awkward hues that work magically together. It looks easy but it’s not. Such refinement takes plenty of experience with textures, shapes, and hues. Such experience and design is an homage to what can result from a bit of boldness and ingenuity.