To open up space with middle height ceilings, the architect went for the reliable white color scheme but supplemented it with interesting decor. Thin framed lights add interesting detail to the interior while vintage drawer cabinets bring an unexpected touch to the contemporary decor.
She also preserved the old masonry and brick elements at places to make the old and new connect better. Ambient lighting adds a flattering touch to one such wall in the dining room.
In the kids room and bedroom, the architect went for a more playful style, keeping minimalism for the most fitting areas – bathrooms.
Although the apartment is pretty spacious, there aren’t many square feet left squandered for nothing. In one of the rooms, the corner is equipped with a desk to create a home office.
Z Apartment in Rome by Carola Vannini