By Lucien Daphne. Interior. Published at Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 - 21:52:19 PM.
If your taste trends a little more to the glam end of the spectrum, you can still find ways to incorporate this motif, as with this silver bowl. Set upon a base of golden feathers, the decor piece is a glitzier example of the feather trend.
The living room shares an open floor plan with the kitchen and together they form a social space. It’s been furnished with a sofa and a TV unit on the opposite wall and adjacent to this space there’s also a dining table. It’s an area for socialization and interaction. Even though it’s not a very spacious area, the high ceilings help make the atmosphere more airy. The ceilings are also a beautiful architectural element specific to the building. The large windows bring in lots of natural light from two directions.
The bar extends to the bedroom, featuring a section closed off with a divider that has suspended light boxes and open shelves. The divider allows a certain amount of natural light to enter the bedroom so its role is more complex than originally suggested by the design. Also, when the folding panels become a divider between the living room and the rest of the apartment, there are thin vertical slits in them which let light through. As a general impression, we like the flexible layout and the simplicity of the materials and the colors and textures used throughout. They give the apartment a chic yet unpretentious look.
Stripes are a classic graphic and a refreshing choice after years of chevron-dominated decor. Whether you prefer horizontal, vertical, fat or narrow, adding stripes to your decor is a quick refresh. Stripes are also versatile in that depending upon the type of fabric and the style of design, they can convey a multitude of interior design styles. Thin or widely spaced stripes on a basic fabric in a neutral color is more casual and utilitarian — and more Scandinavian feeling — than a piece upholstered in bold colors and a more formal pattern.
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