Although everything is combined into one room, the use of a straight line tight back sofa and a small dining set help to make it appear spacious. Flat panel cabinets and a marble backsplash keep the kitchen fresh, upscale, and neat.
This Berlin open floor plan apartment in white was dressed up with low profile charcoal seating that features geometric pattern pillows. Those patterns were continued in the rug that anchors and defines the living area. The circular element in the coffee table was imitated in on the walls with cute cat art, as well as in the lighting fixtures. The barstools picked up the grey again and added a light maple finish in their legs that we see again in the top drawer of the chest. Tying the rooms together is the fabulous light grey finished wood floors.
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.
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!
The living room is a perfect example of how Scandinavian style apartments combine comfort and style. The room is well designed and is aesthetically pleasing- a joy to come home to.
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