When you find the right place to call home you simply know it. For interior designer Ron Marvin, that place was a small apartment in uptown Manhattan. Although small, the one-bedroom apartment became his dream home, especially after he added his own metropolitan twist to the design.
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Industrial elements are increasingly used nowadays, especially when it comes to interior design. If we think about it, it’s pretty difficult to entirely get rid of them, so the only option we have is to hide them, or even better, to learn how to use them in a beneficial way. Give them a purpose, make them part of your design!
Judging by how this apartment looks now, it’s hard to believe it was built back in 1915. It now features a mid-century modern style which harmoniously incorporates a series of modern and classical elements. Notice the simple lines, elegant furniture and balanced color palette including neutral shades and vibrant tones that make the decor stand out.
It seems that gray, yellow and green work perfectly together, especially in this marvelous apartment located in Targu-Mures, Romania. Our admiration for Simona Ungurean, the one that is responsible for this beautiful interior design! Despite the fact that the owners decided to use neutral tones to customize this space, you still have a pleasant feeling about it. It’s a peaceful place, perfect for a family with a child. This apartment has 3 rooms and measures 58 square meters.
Monochromatic interior designs don’t always make a space feel inviting nor can they always turn it into a cozy home. But with Swedish apartment it all comes natural. This attic apartment in Stockholm has one of the most serene and elegant interiors you can design with such a simple color palette.