This beautiful white studio apartment has white walls, white ceilings, and white trims and floorboards which give it a very subtle and minimal look that brings out the beautiful turn-of-the-century details of the building.
The decor of this minimal space has been picked out with care, allowing for enough empty floor and wall space to make the space appear bigger than it is.
A living room section with white walls and neutral tones
The living room section has been visually separated from the rest of the
The green plant on the stool next to the sofa brightens up the look of this section and adds some life to the otherwise modest palette.
A bedroom section in white and beige tints
While the sofa area is comprised mostly of grey tones, in the bedroom section of the space a mixture of beige and white textiles adds a subtle warmth. The beige and white chequered bedcover and the subtle beige tones in the art prints work nicely with all the white, while the warm wood tones on the side table complement the original herringbone flooring in the apartment.
A sage-green hallway adds a pop of color to this white studio apartment
While the rest of the studio apartment has white walls, the small hallway space has been painted in a sage-green wall color that is still modest, yet slightly bold.
From the hallway, you can look into the bright white living space, which really stands out against the colorful hallway space.