This gorgeous two-level home with white walls and white-soaped hardwood flooring (Styled by
The living room, which lies right next to the kitchen has a mustard yellow sofa paired with warm tones in the artwork and a gorgeous white lounge chair.
The second level of this gorgeous turn-of-the-century apartment comprises the main bedroom and a landing that is transformed into a lounge area with a home office spot.
A classic shaker kitchen in a pastel sage green tone
The island in the middle of the large kitchen floor plan divides the main kitchen area from the dining space in a lovely way. The stove and the oven are included in the island, allowing you to face the space instead of the wall while you cook.
The pastel sage green cabinet color is paired with a beautiful white marble on the countertops and backsplash. The area above the kitchen sink also includes a
On the other side of the kitchen island, you can find a spacious light wood dining table paired with black dining chairs and a black pendant light for a contrasting look.
The dining area looks out onto the minimal white staircase from which you can access the second floor. The area underneath the staircase is turned into a walk-in closet which can be reached by entering through those beautiful curved doors.
An elegant living room with a mustard-yellow corduroy sofa
The mustard-yellow corduroy sofa stands out in a powerful way and the warm tones in the artwork match the color palette wonderfully. The
The black accents in the TV cabinet, lamps, and accessories add a beautiful contrast to the light palette of the space.
The white living room walls are paired with a light grey ceiling color, which accentuates the beautiful historic details in the space.
A second-floor landing turned into a library and home office
The landing on the second floor features a bookcase that is built-in underneath the sloped roof paired with the same lounge chair as the one in the living room.
The area underneath the skylight is a great spot for a
A simple bedroom with exposed wooden beams
The dark exposed wood beams underneath the ceiling of the bedroom add a beautiful rustic character to the space, which is paired with a minimal and toned-down bedroom interior.
Custom storage in the entryway
A gorgeous oval mirror decorates the wall of the entryway and reflects the daylight coming in from the window.
Custom-built storage reaches up to the ceiling, providing the entryway with ample storage opportunity.
Custom storage and beige stone tiles in the bathroom
The mixture of the beige stone wall tiles and the white marble sink in the bathroom provide a unique look to the space which is paired with the same custom storage modules as in the entryway.
The custom glass doors reaching into the shower include two holes as the handles, which is a nice and subtle design detail.