Enriched with earthy brown and deep green accent decor, this pair of 1 bedroom apartment designs comprise tonal layers that manipulate the sense of space. Visualised by Simple Form Interiors, these interiors feature short bursts of rich colour that zone and define the multitude of areas within compact open plan living spaces, a glass wall double workspace and a cosy glass wall bedroom design. The accent colours float on melds of creamy white and cool grey backgrounds that reflect natural light, whilst wood tone elements add natural texture. Stylish modern furniture gives these residences a chic, contemporary edge that nudges the schemes into the high-end of the interiors arena.
Measuring 81 square metres, this private residence in Moscow, Russia is a light-filled 1 bed apartment with a glass wall home workspace. A creamy white modular sofa and a matching rug keep the centre of the space light, whilst black steel framed windows darkly define the backdrop.
A dark green bookcase has been built in around the window to complement the steel window casing. The custom-made bookshelves make good use of the vertical height of the room to make up for the lack of wall space.
The compact living room dining room combo achieves zoning through tonal accenting. A black table darkly defines the dining area, and pale grey upholstered bar stools shade the breakfast nook.
A linear suspension light hangs in alignment with the narrow breakfast bar, giving the composition some height. One end of the bar is integrated into the bespoke bookcase unit that surrounds the window, which also draws the eye up to the open and airy ceiling space.
A one wall kitchen runs along the back of the room, in a light arrangement of pale grey and wood tone.
The hunter green bookcase runs right up alongside the upper kitchen cabinets, creating bold contrast. Small side tables and an assortment of scatter pillows add dark notes to the lounge.
A pronounced, backlit TV mount and a modern TV stand create crisp, clean lines.
The TV mount wraps the corner of the living room wall, adding the 3D element and mood lighting all the way around toward the hallway
A wafer thin dining room pendant light elegantly illuminates the modern dining set with too much grandeur.
Black flatware melds with the black tabletop.
Black decorative vases scatter the dark accent.
The soft and inviting upholstered dining chairs are the Pil chair designed by Alessandro Busana for Bonaldo.
Matching Pil stools by Bonaldo create a cohesive look. A custom-made wooden window seat adds a unique touch, and includes vent holes to let radiator heat flow through.
An obscure glass panel lets light pass through into the hallway.
A white and chrome kitchen faucet makes fresh contrast with a clay-grey countertop. A handy egg holder helps organise the small space.
A modern pouf brings the dark green accent to the small home entryway.
Obscure glass panels slide to reveal, or screen off, a double home workspace.
This 65 square metre apartment interior is located in a residential complex in Moscow, Russia.