White Apartment In Belgium With A Minimalist Interior

Most contemporary spaces have very simple interiors. In fact, minimalism is a key feature for almost all of them. You might think that such a simple interior design can’t be very interesting. In fact, there are lots of ways in which you can make such a space look stylish and beautiful. Take this private residence for example.

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Located in Brussels, Belgium, this loft apartment features an extremely simple interior. It was designed by Adn Architectures and it’s contemporary with subtle industrial touches. As you can see, the color palette used for this project is very limited. White is the main shade and it has been combined with natural wood and occasionally with contrasting colors such as black or purple. Gray also plays an important role in the overall décor.

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All the walls of the apartment are white. Also, the floors are white throughout the space. The ceilings, however, are gray and they feature a rough finish which makes them contrast with the clean and simple lines of the rest of the interior design. All the functions of the apartment are well delimited, even though not all of them feature partitions. The dining area, for example, is an open space which continues into the kitchen and then into the living area. Nevertheless, the three different areas don’t intersect.