At another 45 degrees, a kitchen in teal makes itself known. A white French window opens up the space, while the white breakfast table ensures light is not obstructed. Mid-tone Scandinavian wood graces the counter, while patterned cushions, pastel and chrome appliances mix the old and new.
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!
The finer elements create shapes in each living space. The living room boasts circles glowing on the wall, reflected in the mirror and carved for the coffee table. A space for reading hosts triangles in the room partition and quilted ottoman chair legs. Looking from the kitchen, the spaces tie together through the lines of the bookshelves, black and white striped rug and white quilted couch.
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