Forget going minimalist and check out this apartment interior with 124 square metres of feature rich decor, designed and visualised by
A large sectional sofa wraps the
, with a modern accent chair taking up the corner. The low slung sofa allows maximum views to sweep in from panoramic windows. Deep green scatter cushions contrast against the light fabric seating but match with the shades in botanical wall art.
The centre of the lounge is home to a black metal coffee table with a wood slab surface. The table is set on top of a stylish diamond pattern area rug.
A couple of grey pouffes are settled on the quiet, carpeted floor of the reading nook. The low seats are handy for when perusing the lower shelves of the bookcase, or for when the kids want to come hang out. A tall indoor plant softens the corner of the room that adjoins the reading nook to the lounge and kitchen diner.
Moving through into the kitchen diner, we find that the back of the fireplace walls are actually storage cabinets on this side. The flames of the modern fireplace dance in line with a six seat dining set.
Green dining chairs carry the colour story through, along with a gathering of leafy indoor plants. The wooden legs of the chairs are complemented by a solid wood table top.
A trio of eye-catching pendants are suspended over the
A striking monochrome rug holds the dining arrangement as a separate island beside the kitchen.
The blonde wood drawer set and countertop are one continuous entity, which protrude inches beyond the other units. The difference in depth gives the centre section an interesting floating effect.
The platform bed has integrated bedside units, which extend across the base of the bookcases at each side.
The bed and bedside units are lit from underneath to create a lightweight floating illusion.
Inside the bathroom, a glass shower screen is delivered with the exact same black framing as the bookcases in the living room.
Wood flooring and wall panelling colour the bathroom in golden tones.
A grey vanity unit is wall mounted to keep the floor looking spacious.
A toiletries niche inside the shower cubicle is backed in grey to match the vanity area.
The kid’s room is a stand alone space with a royal blue and acid yellow colour palette. Yellow Swiss crosses are scattered across a blue ceiling like a constellation of stars in the night sky. Glazed doors lead outside to a patio area.
A swing has been suspended in the doorway to the
The office shelving system is mounted on a slatted wall.
From the study point of view we can see a house mural on the wall of the adjoining room, with the Swiss crosses pluming out of a chimney stack like smoke.
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A door leads off the main living room to a dark hallway of mirrors. A thin LED stripe adds to the reflected illusion.
More mirrors trick the eye at the other end, where they reflect a floor of geometric tile, and a wall of hallway storage and bench seating.
The mirrors line the wall all the way to the front door. Three white wall sconces are mounted to the glass.
The mirrors visually double the width of the hallway, and give the illusion of twice the storage.