Industrial concrete interiors are loved for their bold and raw aesthetic but they can appear a little on the cold side. In this home visualization by
A bright yellow
The open-plan kitchen is accessed via a roughly chipped-away concrete archway. Light wood-tone cabinets build a warm vignette beyond.
Modular sofa components are arranged around a wide concrete column design, which melds the bold structural element with the homely layout.
The sofa modules are positioned to engage with all aspects of the home. They face into the main living space to create a sociable, conversational setting and also out towards the view. Huge glass sliding doors adjoin the living space with a wide balcony area.
A large dining room is bathed in natural light from tall, dual-aspect windows. The wooden dining set matches the honey-toned wood flooring. Gray seat upholstery matches the concrete surroundings.
On the balcony, outdoor sofas gather around a TV set for when the city view is no longer enough. Their gray colorway sits peacefully against the concrete screed.
A cheerful yellow outdoor rug adds a blast of color to the outdoor living space. A wooden coffee table completes the sunny aesthetic.
A windowless home workspace is illuminated by a seamless lightbox effect. A bespoke desk is integrated into a wall of dark wood bookshelves and storage cabinets. An ergonomic
Wood planking is applied to the wall opposite the bookshelves to create balance.
There is a concrete bar constructed at the back of the living room, completely separate from the kitchen. This multifunctional bar area can be used for casual dining, sociable drinking, or as an open-plan workspace.
A linear pendant light illuminates the full length of the concrete island. A rough, freeform edge gives the long bar a relaxed, rugged appearance.
Behind the concrete bar, a wall of wooden panels conceal
Wood sliding doors draw closed across the kitchen archway to seal in cooking smells and sounds.
Inside the kitchen, a central island houses the kitchen sink. The other end of the kitchen island features a breakfast bar countertop extension.
Modern kitchen bar stools seat two people at the concrete countertop.
Kitchen appliances and storage areas are completely hidden from view behind floor-to-ceiling wood panels.
The concealment cabinets make the kitchen appear pristine when opened up to the main living space.
Inside the first
Uplighters illuminate the textured concrete wall decor.
The kids’ bedroom is a whimsical space, filled with enormous daisy sculptures. The flowers spring up joyous silhouettes around the soft
A beige column matches the playful daisy sculptures, which makes it appear as part of the giant flower bed.
Wood planking is applied to the headboard feature wall and the ceiling, achieving one continuous wraparound.
One corner of the bedroom is fashioned into a cozy reading nook with memory foam rugs and tufted
Small floor lamps create a warm ambiance.
More modern floor lamps and tufted poufs accessorize the large dressing room in the master suite. A lacy yellow rug spreads a floral pattern across the concrete floor. A tensioned closet system divides the dressing room from an ensuite bathroom.
A full-length mirror slots into the concrete ceiling, where it is subtly lit around its edge by warm white LEDs.
More LED light strips cut around the perimeter of the walk-in wardrobe, and thread into the ensuite bathroom.
A concrete vanity unit crosses a mirrored wall, which causes a deep optical illusion.
Wooden benches sparsely furnish the expansive industrial-style bathroom.
A narrow shelving tower is recessed into the rough, concrete wall. LED backlighting provides a warm glow.
The guest bathroom is a windowless room. Concrete uplighters provide a moody glow that dramatizes the rough concrete elements.
A concrete bathroom basin makes a smooth contradiction to the rugged concrete countertop.
The wall-mounted bathroom faucet protrudes from a frameless vanity mirror.
Backlit shelving brightens a large shower area in the kids’ bathroom.
Dual shower heads are fitted into a dropped ceiling panel.
Perpendicular planking creates an attractive floor design in the hallway of the home.
On the apartment floor plan, we can observe how the layout creatively navigates several structural columns.
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