There are classics in the realm of interior design that maintain their evergreen appeal for decades. What makes these classics timeless is because they are open to interpretation, which results in fresh and exciting new takes that at the same time follow well-regarded design rules.
Adopting such an approach to interior design creation is what we did beautifully at this Quintet condominium 4-room apartment. Every part of the living space has been given a bit of subtle personality that also enhances the function of the room. Let’s explore the different parts of the property to find out how we brought out the best in them.
Light and spaciousness – these are the elements that we focused on when designing and renovating the living and dining area of the condo. Classic grey nuances and white elements create the illusion of a bigger space. Rugs add a bit of texture to the otherwise streamlined design, giving it a lot of warmth and playful appeal. The use of nooks and crannies breaks up the clean lines of the space, allowing for the establishment of several points of visual interest.
The grey theme is carried out throughout the kitchen to ensure visual consistency but this time around, we introduced a bit of warmth through the selection of natural wood cabinets. Marble countertops and backsplashes give the kitchen the expensive element that it needs to look elegant and sophisticated. At the same time, the polished countertops are easy to clean and work on, allowing for the maintenance of optimal hygiene during delicious meal preparation.
We had to break up the cool and sophisticated concept for the the kid’s room but we still introduced an element of visual consistency through the selection of the curtains. Warm and inviting, this is the perfect space for little ones to dream, learn and enjoy every single moment of their childhood. Blues, pinks and bright yellow hues work together with natural wood to make the space open, inviting and nurturing. The bed design is also worth noting. Reminiscent of a little house, this is the room’s focal point and the castle that a little one can occupy to feel empowered and fully protected from the world outside.
Is it possible to make a space look sophisticated and elevated without taking away from the much-needed comfortable warmth? Absolutely yes and we believe that the goal has been accomplished in the master bedroom renovation.
We focused on the optimal use of available space. A series of closets spans over the entire length of the wall, giving the inhabitants a sufficient space for the placement of clothes, accessories and anything that needs to be kept out of sight.
The bed design itself is minimalist – no headboards, no ornaments or posts to take away from the airiness of the room. At the same time, the piece of furniture chosen is comfortable and supportive enough for numerous peaceful and restorative hours each day.
As you can see, the bedroom is completely free from electronics, turning into a little modern boudoir and a safe space away from all of the digital clutter.
The master bathroom continues the concept introduced in the master bedroom. Beautiful grey, black and white tones work together to make the space feel clean and expensive. The large matt window lets in sufficient amounts of light without taking away from the family’s privacy. Fixtures are minimal and clean, just like the exposed lightbulb that adds a touch of an industrial design. The only more “extravagant” element is the warm bathroom mirror frame that creates a beautiful focal point in the otherwise neutral space.
The flat also features a common bathroom that we tried to make a bit more playful and whimsical than the rest of the space. The mosaic-inspired wall pattern creates some visual interest in the otherwise monochromatic design. Minimal fixtures and a modernist, unusual mirror frame also work together, creating some design juxtaposition but also being completely harmonious.
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