Open plan living doesn’t get much better than this
Open plan design can be tricky when there’s not much floor space to work with, but this breath-taking apartment hits all the right notes. The colour scheme has been kept simple, with classic white complemented by neutral shades and clean black lines. Artwork and wall-mounted equipment has been kept low, giving the illusion of more headroom and a more expansive interior. A compact, but entirely practical kitchen makes the most of its limited dimensions, with plentiful cupboard and storage space, along with integrated lighting to illuminate every surface.
A stunning selection of textures gives this place plenty of warmth, with sumptuous throws and faux-fur fabrics rounding off the harsher edges of the contemporary interior. A smattering of green and plant life brings a little bit of nature indoors, while the windows and balcony doors are left unadorned to make the most of natural light and the surrounding scenery.
Even the smallest of spaces in this apartment have been energised with expertly picked furnishings, helping the tightest corners breathe. Concealed and integrated storage maximises the functionality of the smaller bedrooms, while each piece of furniture has been cherry-picked for its contemporary edge. Knoll’s iconic Barcelona chair takes pride of place in the open plan living space, perfectly complementing the monochrome palette and brushed chrome of the kitchen beyond.