Bright apartment in Amsterdam by I Love Architecture

There are few apartments that can be compared to this one. This is a bright and very beautiful apartment located in Amsterdam that was designed by I Love Architecture.It’s an open and airy space with a modern and chic interior décor.The walls are white throughout the apartment and this is one of the reasons why it seems so bright and airy. White is a color that can easily create the impression of a larger space and it’s a very practical solution for small spaces but it’s also an elegant color for open spaces such as this one.

The monotony of the white décor is interrupted by wooden elements that add warmth and character to the décor. Moreover, small but strong touches of color further contribute to the overall modern and joyful décor.

It’s not only the walls that are white. The floors and the ceilings are white as well and it’s easy to get overwhelmed by such as décor. This is why the colorful details play a crucial role and so do the wooden furniture pieces. The bright yellow pendants from the kitchen/dining area are a very beautiful detail. So is the yellow piece of wall from the hallway and the red accessories from the bedroom. Another great thing about the apartment is that it has a lovely roof terrace that could potentially be turned into a wonderful outdoor area.

Published by in Apartments, on May 9th, 2012


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