Living room in the style of a bright loft
The gray-blue palette is associated with the first frost and frost on the wires. With cold light colors, the MOSSEBO designers visually expanded the space, and with dark inserts on the ceiling in the kitchen area they competently divided the room. So the living room and dining room will not merge, turning into confusion. Heavy curtains also lay a clear border. The bar counter helped save space by taking over the function of the dining table. If guests come, everyone can sit on high chairs and a snow-white sofa, sipping snacks from a designer table, as if carved out of a traveling pot.
Edison lamps pay homage to the loft style and resemble little caged canaries.
Loft bedroom and not a secret room
MOSSEBO thought out extra space – for the sake of it we had to take a piece of the bedroom. However, this did not become a problem – the room is separated by a transparent glass wall, which does not cut it and allows light to penetrate into the bedroom. This solution itself is very loft-style – open spaces are welcome here, and if you need to separate the room, then glass is an ideal choice.
In an artificially created office, you can feel like a fish in an aquarium – glass surrounds on three sides, one of which is in the window. The ottoman with imitation leather looks like a giant’s candy. It will be convenient to read books or do homework on it even in winter – heating and underfoot heating are specially created for this.
If you look at this cabinet for a long time, you can find yourself in the other world. He was put here specifically to create extra space. Because of this tricky move, the room does not seem like a closet. Searchlights hanging in a row on the ceiling create light spots on the walls, with which an atmosphere of intimacy comes. The door is hidden in the wall and does not delimit the space, and the wall itself, sheathed with light wood, blends well with blue and reflects light.
The compact bathroom combines the aesthetics of wood and stone. Here, the loft coexists with minimalism – the shape of the toilet, shower and drawers under the sink is spared from all unnecessary. The shower area, bounded by a silver curtain, smells of wood – the boards are treated with anti-mold varnish.
Entrance hall with double space
These are not two rooms with one jacket, this is one jacket and one hallway. A small corridor with an emphasis on wood and brick inserts creates a feeling of two-dimensional space, thanks to a huge mirror in the floor. It seems that the owner of the apartment came in, took off his raincoat, took off his shoes and set off on another journey through parallel worlds. But maybe it is?