A collection of striking pendant lights and smart use of candles further accentuates the unconventional and exquisite appeal of the apartment. A Sloped ceiling and the small corridors only add to the inimitable charm of the place. Polished with a rare sense of poise and style!
Removing internal partitions and creating an open living area with a large balcony on one side and the kitchen and dining on the other helped create an inviting and spacious social zone. Despite being clad in white, it is wooden floors and a curated collection of colorful wall art that add character and contrast to the interior.
The extensive use of white for the backdrop gives the interior an airy appeal and reduces visual fragmentation, even as the complex patterns of mandalas borrowed from the Hindu world become the showstoppers in each room. A large owl format printing on PVC board in the living room draws your attention instantly, while the decor is kept minimal and unassuming.
The 950-square-foot apartment seems a lot bigger than it really is, thanks to the use of a neutral color scheme that largely relies on white and wonderful ambient lighting that drives away any sense of dullness. The building that holds this modest home was originally built in 1981 but revamped and given a new facelift in 2011.
Decor inside the apartment also enhances the white, gray and wood color palette with large windows bringing in a flood of natural light. Shelves in the hallway that save space and unique lighting fixtures complete a transformation that is as much practical as it is impressive.
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