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!
At 45 square meters in size, this compact apartment doesn’t have much space to create a separate environment for each room – thankfully, the designers were able to use features like sliding curtains and frosted glass doors as flexible partitions where needed. The tour starts with a look at the living room, divided from the office and library area by simple white drapery.
The kitchen adds drama with a strong presence of black and white. With one wall in full black and the other almost in full white, contrasts are created without blocking off the room. Similar grey partition shading complements a white dining table and chairs, artfully constructed in industrial mesh. A painted portrait and two curved, thin lights bring kitchen and dining areas together in harmony.
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