High Modernism With A Homelike Appeal
Nothing beats the design of an open floor plan. It’s a great way to make a living space appear more spacious and creates an even flow throughout the home. In this space by , openness is a key element. The space flows from one room to the other and the overall texture of the furnishings help to create a magnificent ambiance that is enchanting.
Plush furnishings, light colored wide plank wooden floors, neutral shades, and lots of natural light enhances the appeal of what open floor plans are all about. This type of layout allow people to entertain family and friends without hiding behind a wall. The interior of this home takes full advantage of this type of structural design.
Exposed brick walls in the kitchen and living room/dining area brings a certain homeliness to the décor. Though the furnishings are ultra-modern, natural elements like the brick wall, wood floor, and natural materials, maintain a certain comfort and wholesomeness.
The impressive flowery drawing on the black wall in the living room area is a magnificent accent to the overall décor. The unique accent rug is shaded in a natural hue with a simple geometric design; however, the rug’s appeal is not overpowering and blends flawlessly with the rest of the room.
The dining table is straightforward, splashed in a light hue with simple seating. Dark metal fixtures, including the curtain rods and chandelier, add another dimension to the décor while not taking away from the overall lightness of the interior design. Various accents like the bookshelf, floor to ceiling curtains, and numerous baubles create an inviting and modernistic scheme.
Stainless steel appliances are the de facto finish in many modern homes today. With a sophisticated and contemporary visual aspect, stainless steel is an ideal neutral material that works with most kitchen designs. In fact, this beautiful kitchen takes the stainless steel effect one step further and utilizes this sleek material on the island as well. Usually this versatile material is mostly used in stove and refrigerator designs. The velvet high-chairs bounces off the glimmer of the stainless steel and creates a plush, soft ambiance to the otherwise brisk design.
The expanded corridor has a mix of light and dark hues and the effect is subtle and elegant. The bathroom takes on a life of its own. A brilliant white ceramic lone bathtub and sink match perfectly with the neutral colored mosaic floor tiles. The taupe hued upper-wall adds a charming contrast and creates a comfy ambiance.
In a few words, this home is the height of elegance combined with refined modernism. It’s the perfect example of how the interior design of a home can be both distinctive and inviting.
Crédit photos : David Cousin-Marsy