To most of us, a home should be a place of solitude, happiness, love, security, or an escape from the hurly-burlies of everyday life. Whatever the reason, we sure don’t want a place, just to hang our hats in, and that’s what this remarkably designed property offers, a living space you want to be.
Simple yet Captivating
You’ll feel a sense of warmth and calm as you enter this spacious living room where well-balanced elements and clean architecture make up the gorgeous interior. And, who says modern living should be cold and stark? Thanks for the love of nature, you’ll find the wooden elements and cleverly lighted space make up the soul of this amazing living room.
Starting on top, you’ll find the wonderfully lit recessed ceiling that opens up the vertical space adding a more expansive feel to the living area. While the white walls and floors allow the layer of warm lights to reflect and illuminate the spaces, leaving no corner or spot obscure.
You just can’t ignore those vertical open slats adorning the shelves display that adds character to the look. Adding hints to the “Zen” character of the said upright elements is the noticeable low furniture profile that’s typical of Japanese interiors.
Illumination Adds the Right Mood
When you want to highlight a space, nothing does it better than well-thought lighting design solutions. The soft backdrop of lights draws the eyes to the curated display while adding dimension to the minimalist design.
With the help of well-chosen colors, this interior has been illuminated strategically by using the right temperature and intensity to create a relaxing and dramatic livable space. And you’ll appreciate the wood textures and graining through the interior’s amazing lighting design.
You’ll love the floating TV console, not only is aesthetically pleasing it’s also practical when cleaning underneath your storage cabinet. The floating shelves and cabinets are seen although out the interior which makes the ground floor space look more expansive and modern.
The off-ground shelves and mirrored backdrops continue to create an illusion of space, keeping the living room looking spacious and uncluttered.
Mirrored Elements Opens Up Space
Intimate doesn’t need to be gloomy and dark; instead the design allows the dining room to have a special place in the home while bringing in the natural light from the outdoors into the interior. It also helps if you have a floor-to-ceiling wall mirror to add dimension and illusion of space, not to mention reflective the surface magnifies the natural light.
Who says kitchen pass-throughs are just for commercial kitchens? You’ll find this clever design solution a great option if you want to cut travel time and trouble in serving food while maintaining the privacy of your dining space.
Oriental Feel Adds An Impactful Look
Japanese-inspired wood slatted sliding doors add a privacy while adding visual interest. The illuminated shelves create a divine backdrop deserving of your most precious display of curated trinkets.
Uncluttered Spaces Clears the Mind
Studies have shown that we can be more productive and focused in an uncluttered space and that’s why this study area can be the best spot in the home. Away from distractions and in a comfortable amount of space not too large to be intimidating and too small to feel cramped and pressured. To create this functional and relaxing spot, straightforward geometry and colors dominate the interior and are carefully put together to create a harmonious look.
Tasteful Furniture and Decor
As having a simple background, the selection of furniture stands out with constrained but stylish designs.
No Spot is Obscured
The hallway is a tricky spot to illuminate where it is sometimes overlooked. Good thing we’ve got gloss finishes and warm hues that brightens up the passageway and opens up the space to prevent having a cramped and gloomy look.
The doorway is like looking at a hotel entryway. Sleek and modern with reflective surfaces of bronze-like hue that adds a welcoming and warm look to the access point. The glossy finish also adds a sophisticated look and depth to the space, reflecting the design elements.
Contrasting Lines to Add Visual Interest
Continuing to the sleek yet comfy elements is the bedroom area. You’ll find the contrasting geometry of vertical meets horizontal lines and forms throughout this interior. The peach-colored built-in cabinets adds flavor to the look while still sharing the same earthy-tone with the other elements.
Clever Finishes for Functionality
As the busiest part of the home, the kitchen is designed to be highly functional while visually appealing. Enter high gloss finish on upper cabinets and countertop for easier maintenance and cleaning, while the base cabinets are in matte finish as glossy surfaces tend to show more fingerprint marks and smudges, plus the apricot tone complements the earth-toned colors above pretty well. The carefully picked hues also brightens up the small kitchen.
Velvet Touches to Soften the Look
Why settle for the usual finish when you can add eye-catching velvet surfaces on your bedroom walls. A cross between glossy and soft, you’ll find the uncommon wall surface looking elegant yet not overbearing, just perfect for a bedroom interior.
Mixed Tones adds Continuity
When you want a space that’s cohesive yet non-monotonous, you’ll need a good eye for shades that have similar undertones while adding hints of contrast to create an exciting visual stratum.
A continuing theme throughout the entire property is the no-door handles that allow you to navigate around the interior without worrying about bumping or hitting on handles. The hidden mechanism makes it possible to tap on and reveal your hidden items hassle-free. Handleless drawers are aesthetically pleasing as it is practical and we’ll see the sleek look for many years to come.
Smooth finishes are also great for your bedroom spaces because it creates a clutter-free environment fitting.
A Punch of Eye-popping Hues
The greatest advantage of having organic and neutral hues is that you’ve got an accommodating backdrop where you can add vibrant colors that won’t clash with your existing color scheme. Instead, it highlights spaces and items while adding a zesty tone to your grounded look.
Project: Landed House @ East Coast Ave
Interior Design: ArtDecor Design Studio