Home Design Published by Amanda Holguin, Monday, June 12th 2017, 07:18:58 AM.
This monochrome house with industrial touches is a gorgeous space, the quiet color palette is refined with textures. This home designed by Laura Seppänen is a Scandinavian monochrome decor. Let's take a deeper look at this prominence with a stark, restricted color scheme warmed by uncovered brick emphasizes.
The living room presents a brick wall, white floor or walls. Such a fascinating backdrop is emphasized with comfortable black furniture also a stylish concrete table together with leather woven chairs – such an use of materials increases an industrial experience to the area. I adore the reflective copper table as a vibrant touch to this monochrome room. Look at the chic finished black also white piano! It's an awesome idea how to design your musical instrument in relation to the minimalist style.
The master bedroom is truly serene also laconic: the muted color palette of black with white is emphasized with grey touches – a grey highlight wall as well as matching bedside tables with nightstands. There's a big comfortable bed together with black curtains also a sophisticated industrial floor lamp with plenty of cool abstract wall artwork – The artworks also lamps are minimalist to match the design. You could see a huge light wood wardrobe also an open clothes rack for the most used clothes. There's also home office which has a chic wall‐mounted desk as a workspace also shelves together with a plain leather black chair.
The kitchen is done all‐white, with tall wooden floors also it has blackened metal cabinets with punctured shelves that seem extremely lightweight. Black countertops created from metal are extraordinarily durable, also the backsplash is created from concrete to give it more practical as well as to match the style. The stools are tall plus there's a metal bar cart to amplify more industrial feel – every single thing is in best harmony also looks tranquil as well as sophisticated.
While layering and texture are key to crafting any interior, they’re even more critical to the monochromatic scheme. Forgoing color means you need contrasting materials such as linen, leather, and bleached-out timber to add that much-needed texture and comfort factor.
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