So many contemporary designs have an open space. What makes these designs work is the flow from one room to another – people, colour, light etc. It creates a welcoming home from an otherwise barren space. This lovely apartment from designer Marta Gord has an exceptional use of space, keeping the design mostly simple with palatable colours and rich neutral natural materials.
The living room, the kitchen, and the dining space – all have easy communication with one another. In order to make this possible, the design has to separate and connect the disparate spaces. Patterns and unique design elements help to do this well. In the kitchen, a half wall made of wood slats creates more division but still allows light and air to flow through. The swirled rug design in the living room contrasts a checked pattern in the entryway, which divide spaces easier.
The lighting in the main living area is not exactly inspired. Simple track lighting lines offer plenty of illumination for every angle without getting too fussy or pretentious.
There is also a division of the space in the small but stylish kids room. The room is clearly divided into a sleeping area with storage options, a study area, and a wall that holds the bookshelves and television. Though the room is not large, the furniture works in harmony to create a welcoming and cheerful space.
The master bedroom is not massive also. The simple, relaxing colours like deep purple, gray, and white paired with natural wood makes it easy to settle in for the night, even if there is not big square footage.
The small but sleek kitchen has the perfect size for this home. Solid colours and natural wood make it ultra comfortable for cooking.
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