Welcoming apartment decorated with warm colors and textures

Managing to make a room look inviting for an outsider is not easy. When it’s your home, you get used with the décor and it feels very comfortable and welcoming yet it’s not always the case for your guests. You rarely see an apartment which you can best describe as being warm and welcoming. Wondering how such a space would look like? Take a look at this place.

The apartment was designed by K2LD architects. It has a simple yet sophisticated interior design. Step inside and you’ll be welcomed by an array of beautiful colors and natural tones combined with wonderful textures. The wooden floors have a nice golden glow, especially with the right lighting. There’s a large open floor plan which includes a different in floor level and a series of sleek stairs connecting them.

If you analyze the décor only in terms of color, there’s not a lot to tell. The walls are white throughout the apartment with the occasional dark brown accents, the floors have a nice natural wood shade and the furniture is simple, with clean lines and straight-forward colors. Lighting plays a very important role in the final décor. It warms up the space highlighting the right features and creating a very pleasant and comfortable ambiance.



Published by in Interiors, on June 9th, 2009

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