Gorgeous in greys with a pop of warmer tones, this Scandinavian styled apartment is well put together in every sense of the word. Only a two-bedroomed space, this apartment feels large and is a celebration of open space which is beautifully and mindfully decorated.
The living room is filled to the brim with details, from the stunning monochrome gallery wall to a modern chandelier and bookshelf with an interesting display of accent pieces. There is so much going on in here, but the monochrome colour scheme seems to keep everything in balance. And the leather couch is the piece that seems to be standing out in superior colour above everything else.As in custom in a Scandi-inspired space, the windows are bare and the choice of no drapes is an obvious attempt to maximise the use of light and air in this open plan space. Natural light filers in from all angles – a welcome addition to a light, bright and fresh ambiance in this home.
Wood, leather and metallic finishes work together here to achieve the overall balanced feel in this open plan living space, which encompasses a lounge area, dining and open plan kitchen. Darker tones in the open plan kitchen add depth and make a modern statement with dark wood cabinets that are set to contrast against crisp white walls.We are also in love with the original wood flooring that runs throughout the apartment – creating a harmonious flow that is translated in every room. The bedroom takes on a more cosy, traditional feel with floral wallpaper in muted tones. Greenery on the window sill adds to the freshness and casual vibrancy of the room. We also love the full-length built-in cupboards in white, which makes the room feel bigger than it is. Contact: Plascon Trends Via