Exposed Brick, Distressed Wood, And Modern Concepts
This bright and airy apartment is filled with unique bits and pieces that give it a stunning attractiveness that is distinctive and pristine. Oak parquet floors, distressed wood, exposed brick on the walls, large windows, and white walls create a ravishing décor throughout the home, which makes it stand out like no other!
The living room area is decorated with simple, yet distinctive pieces that bring it to life. Simple wall art in black frames, a laid back leather chair, and decorative rug, all complement the snowy plush sofa. This room’s décor is arranged around angles and fine lines. Much like a slim writing utensil. The chair support, coffee table support, lamps, and wall art frames, all collaborate together to create a special ambiance. It’s straightforward, clean, and non-fussy. It’s a simple room with plenty of quiescent flair. Double wooden doors with touches of wainscoting and horizontal planks of wood on the wall, are sui generis effects that bring the room’s look together. Coupled with the exposed brick wall, the room resonates a homey feel.
The broad wooden doorway leads to a quaint dining area. The furnishings are few. The dining table looks much like a refurbished door, which is opposite to the lovely antique type wooden console. The contrasts is intriguing. They are two different types of wood created in completely different furniture pieces that correlate consummately. The plush accent rug adds depth to the area and the windows emit natural light. This room also has exposed brick that creates a cozy appeal with accent chairs designed in a bamboo like material. The small enclave workspace is endearing.
The kitchen is decked out in glistening white with a stark black linoleum floor. Black and white always works! It works in any room especially bathrooms and kitchens. These two rooms work best because it’s easier to use varying materials like linoleum, ceramic tiles, and even cement! European styled cabinets with a mat finish, pearl white appliances, and black cookery and countertop, solidifies the décor’s appeal.
There is a flow of naturalness in the bedroom. The duvet, curtains, and additional linens have a fine texture and pure qualitative design. Everything flows. The blue/green wall color is subtle and the natural oak floor is naturally calming. Long draped curtains adorn large windows that allow natural light to radiate the space.
The bathroom space continues the theme that flows throughout the home. It’s small, delicate, and pragmatic, much like the entire concept of this wonderfully decorated residence.