Apartment Published by Amanda Holguin, Monday, July 17th 2017, 07:32:26 AM.
Created for a bachelor, this apartment in Kiev, Ukraine was in the hands of Nelly Prodan Design who concerned on minimalism for the construction plan. The simple interior was divided into double parts – one to have visitors and the other part for sleep as well as work – that are placed at opposite sides for included privacy.
To achieve am affordable gorgeous look, they applied a coat floor where the surface looks like a threadbare tree. The laminate expands up the wall in the extensive living space functioning as a backdrop for art piece. Two more walls are coated in metal plates that are mixture together also clutch with rivets.
Facing the metal partition is the bathroom which is constructed in the mid of the flat to make a hallway connecting the bedroom with the living room. The bathroom is intended as a walk?through to the bedroom with glass doors giving privacy, also there is a curtain that conceals bathroom from the bedroom.
The kitchen is contemporary, with white cabinets as well as wood countertops; a brick backsplash offers the area an industrial look. It is merged with the dining room as well as living room to create the room look more sizable as well as brighter also cooler.
The apartment furniture is a blend of contemporary also vintage as well as rustic bits: a hot scarlet sofa next to unrefined wood piece stools together with antique industrial chairs. The apartment was splitted up into double areas, one for inviting visitors and the other as a private space. Scruffy‐looking coat was applied for the floors also expanded to the walls for a distinct look as well as to stay affordable.
The bathroom include a stroll‐in shower also is concealed with a drape from the bedroom to make it stay private. A huge flooring to ceiling bookshelf is put amid two spaces, so it does not take requisite floor area in the two major zones.
The storage is concealed at the back of glossy white panels to maintain the room uncluttered. The bedroom attributes a focus attention to headboard wall created of wood pieces. The furniture is a blend of contemporary as well as industrial also vintage.
This scruffy and industrial loft belongs to a young bachelor and features various eye-catchy masculine features
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