From the couch, a different view presents itself. Breaking the white of the kitchen and above-TV wall, a wooden entrance painted in mint green leads to a simple front door. Paired with white coffee tables, a middle cabinet and breakfast tables, white acts as one colour amongst many in this interior’s palette. With the help of Scandinavian shelving and more potted cacti, the look becomes consistent across the space. A pink, white and grey block cabinet laden with art deco prints spots the difference.
Minimalist style is defined by simplicity and spareness. While luxury focuses more on comfort and elegance, usually at a great expense. So how are these two styles merged in this house? We see the minimalist style in the monochromatic color palette and simple furniture. Although the furniture is simple, it exudes comfort and the entire room is the picture of elegance and grace. It looks fit for royalty!
Have you ever seen something so mesmerising that the only proper way to describe it would be by using an oxymoron? This is exactly the effect that this beautiful house has on most people. Igor Sirotov, a resident of Kiev, has accomplished such a distinguished feat. This sumptuous four bedroom home contains all the design components necessary for both a minimalist and luxury abode. These two styles may have once been almost opposites, but in this home- they work together to create something that can only be described using an oxymoron: minimalist luxury. And the best part? After you look at this home, the phrase makes perfect sense!
Glass elements play a tremendous role in this design. Mirrors, blocks, and windows work together to bathe the interior with light and erase the boundaries between functional spaces.
60sqm can be made into a decal-filled Scandinavian interior, as this pastel apartment shows. Using splashes of baby pink, soft teal, grey and white, each coloured element surprises by stretching beyond the eye’s expectations. In the living room, a triangular pattern forming a rug on the floor stretches up to a wall decal, where it becomes larger and more alive. Reflected in a motley of patterned cushions and decorative plates, the theme extends and is punctuated by a striking photo of a woman in vintage dress. Simple Scandinavian furniture in two round coffee tables and a wooden shelf hold pastel accessories. Hints of green in two mini cacti and a potted tree inject nature.
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