This beautiful open-plan apartment is centered around the eye-catching living kitchen with blue shaker kitchen cabinets that stand out so nicely against the all-white walls and the warm wood herringbone flooring in the living section of this place.
The blue of the kitchen cabinets comes back in the bedroom wall color, which is a nice effect that can be seen when standing in the living room.
Blue shaker kitchen cabinets combined with white marble and chrome
The kitchen has been fitted mostly on the large wall without any windows, while the stove and hood have been added in the section in between the windows, completing the functional kitchen layout in an elegant way.
An open shelf in the same dark blue color has been added to the open wall above the sink for a nice spot to display accessories. By not placing upper cabinets in this section, the layout is kept light and airy.
A large kitchen dining table in front of a glass partition
Part of the old white kitchen built-ins are still intact and offer additional storage space for cups and plates next to the blue shaker cabinets on the other side.
A minimal living room lies in between the kitchen and the bedroom
The living room connects the kitchen, bedroom. and guest room together, which means it has windows or doorways on each of the walls. This makes it slightly more challenging to decorate, so by keeping the living room decor simple, it functions best.
On the one side of the living room, you can observe the dark blue of the kitchen cabinets, while on the other side, you can peek into the bedroom with the blue walls.
The glass doors leading up towards the guest bedroom share similar historic detailing that complements the glass partition nicely.
A two-tone blue wall in the bedroom
The blue details in the art print hanging above the bed complement the wall color in such a nice way.
What used to be a doorway has now been transformed into an open bookshelf that stands out so nicely against the dark blue wall color.
A guest room in beige tones with black accents
The small guest room can be entered through the glass doors in the living room. The space is small, yet there is enough floor space to accommodate both a guest bed and a small office spot.
The upper part of the walls is painted n a modest beige wall color that comes back in the textiles and accessories throughout the space. The black desk, table lamp, and accessories add a nice contrasting element to the interior design.
Black and white floor tiles in a simple hallway
The hallway walls are painted white completely and an elegant white coat rack integrates smoothly in this setting. The black and white floor tiles are what stand out the most in this space.