While the yellow of the furniture and light-coloured surfaces give the home some colour, the layering of beige and grey surfaces, and solid wood balances the spaces. Reflective and transparent surfaces create an expansive effect, however by using multipurpose furniture, utility and space in the apartment have been maximised.
The grey textured wall leading to the bedroom, adds a punch of drama. The master bedroom has a grey and beige palette. The room is intentionally kept minimal and uncluttered. The wooden flooring and its exposed veins add character to the space.
The headboard has a playful chequered surface. All wooden surfaces in this apartment are finished using the WoodTech range of products. The interior walls are painted in Royale Luxury Emulsion, adding a sophisticated matte finish to the surfaces.
A glass partition divides the living and the guest bedroom making the space feel bigger. The care taken to craft details – like matching the shade of the wooden frame with that of the furniture – gives the home a special kind of warmth.
In the living room, the light-coloured wooden centre table becomes the central attraction while the cushions and the floral lounge chair make it feel softer and more comforting. The chair and floor lamp create a quiet and cozy nook.