A 100 square meter apartment located in Kiev was recently completed by Rina Lovko, an enthusiastic designer with an artistic sense of style, able to bring uniqueness to any space with her great attention to detail.
The apartment was designed entirely with prefab walls. This gives it great flexibility, as each and every one of the walls offers the possibility to be removed in order to change the layout and the structure of the space.
For the interior, the designer chose a combination of modern, rustic and industrial features. She also chose to emphasize the different textures and materials used throughout with eye-catching combinations like in the kitchen where minimalism meets function in a rather striking composition.
The juxtaposition of finishes, colors and materials creates interesting focal points and brings out the organic beauty of each feature.
An artistic twist was added to every room of the house, including the kitchen where the island is the central element that connect the rest of the décor.
The kitchen opens onto a living space. In here, the atmosphere is very inviting and comfortable thanks to the simplicity of the color palette and the textures used throughout. A cozy pouf and a wall painting are the main stand-out features but they too fit in nicely.
The rooms are connected through a hallway that features brick walls painted white and glossy white surfaces meant to give it a spacious feel. A lovely sconce that also serves as a piece of wall décor enhances the texture on the wall.
The owner is a collector of paintings made by Ukrainian artists and they are displayed all over the apartment, including on the hallway where the bright colors stand out against the white background.
The master bedroom is bright thanks to the white walls and ceiling and light wooden floor but, at the same time, it has a very nice intimate look offered by the curtains, the dark wood accents and the lamp.
The built-in furniture framed the bed and covers an entire wall. It offers lots of storage and leaves the rest of the room empty and open.
One of the walls was painted sky blue and the interior of the door features the same shade so there’s a harmonious look throughout.
The kids’ bedroom a little more dynamic in terms of colors and interior décor. The window treatment and wall décor rejuvenate the space.
A window desk for two and two identical bookcases form a symmetrical design complemented by two cute lamps and two red chairs.
The furniture is very simple and neutral and this allows other accent features to stand out more.
The rest of the room is also decorated in a symmetrical fashion. Two cozy seating units with built-in storage and colorful wall décor are placed on either side of the door.
Bright pops of color also define the half bath. Small but with a fresh vibe, the space has its charm. The organic edge corner feature is the main attraction, although that vibrant shade of blue used in the shower is eye-catching too.
The master bathroom is decorated with tones of brown and subtle lighting for a more relaxing atmosphere. A large mirror creates the illusion of space and the glass wall enhances it.
The lighting in the bathroom is very beautiful. The way it projects onto the walls and ceiling is very interesting and this creates an artistic image.