Curved decor elements and a restrained color palette give these three spacious modern apartments a look of high-end luxe. Curved sofas, rounded accent furniture, smoothed corners, and architectural archways construct a calm and comforting aesthetic that softens the edges of everyday life. Whilst color palettes are discreet and largely neutral, areas of high contrast create a cool contemporary allure. Muted color accents add interest to key areas without overwhelming the overall sense of peace and tranquility that makes this trio of interiors so appealing. Natural wood floors and wall paneling instills visual warmth, whilst modern lighting installations provide a welcoming, cozy glow.
On the Mornington Peninsula of Australia, our first featured apartment sets luxurious comfort alongside a curved panorama of stunning ocean views.
Instead of a TV, a curved travertine wall smooths toward a slatted black console unit. A display of decorative pieces and a
A round coffee table displays a stone dorsal fin sculpture as a nod to the apartment’s coastal location. A rounded area rug pulls the living room seating arrangement together.
Opposite the sofas, a
Between the deep navy couches, a black
A clear acrylic
Marble feet coordinate the
The shelving area serves as a visual transition between the sitting area and the kitchen. The shelves butt up against appliance housing units where an integrated oven is installed.
A large kitchen island is curved around its edges to create a bespoke feature.
The dining area is isolated from the open living room to construct a more intimate dining experience. Light
A bold black shelving unit displays white tableware and serves as a partition wall from the hallway.
Wooden flooring runs through to achieve a seamless flow.
Grooves are routed into the end of the limestone island to create luxe modern detailing.
In our second apartment interior, a
Small spherical cushions add a sculptural element to the sofa. Nesting coffee tables draw the rounded shape theme out front. Behind, a rounded kitchen island embraces the sofa’s silhouette.
A modern floor lamp provides task lighting to the sofa to create a comfortable reading area. Beige drapes softly frame the large living room window.
The open plan living room includes a formal dining area with a built-in archway feature. The mirrored archway reflects light from the window and breaks up a row of storage units. A stone console table lightly complements the elegant
The storage units that run alongside the dining area are used for outdoor clothing. A shoe storage nook is situated underneath.
A unique table lamp, a decorative vase, and wall art create a stylish vignette on the console table.
In the bedroom, wardrobes are built around the head of the bed.
A built-in desk merges with bookshelves at one end.
The master bedroom is split into two halves by an archway and a makeup table with an attached
A trio of
Built-in wardrobes offer ample storage space in an L-shaped configuration.
The kid’s room is home to a playful, undulating headboard design. Ochre banding highlights the curved headboard silhouette and introduces a splash of color to the greige room. The warm color theme is expanded into a cute sunflower cushion.
A swivel chair takes color to the kid’s workspace. A floating desk keeps floor space clear.
Our final apartment design has a minimalist layout. Living room furniture is placed with care and purpose around a
Sculptural chairs give the room an art gallery-like appeal.
A long and narrow ceiling arch defines a passageway to the bedrooms and bathroom.
Sliding glass doors lead into a side room that’s furnished minimally with a built-in desk area and a white Barcelona
This space is also used as a
The formal dining room is furnished with a contemporary dining set. Acrylic legs give the dining table a weightless effect.
Closets line the hallway.
In the bedroom, a
Sheer drapes draw across the entire window wall to make the window seem larger.
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