#HSDA2020Residential Rustic/Industrial/modern apartmentI hadn't done a template before, and I wanted to see what I could do with the space provided for me. The result was a rustic/industrial apartment, with blue as my main color. Throughout this design, you will spot the different design types merge together, hopefully in a nice way. I hope you like it!
Again, as you can see I didn't have a lot of space in this template. It was really fun, to test my creativity and see how I could occupy every inch of space. I did have to extend the bedroom to make the bed fit, and extend the kitchen for the island to fit as well.
This is actually the view of the bedroom in the bathroom. Here you can snuggle up into your bed, or plop in after an exhausting day at work or maybe college.Also this is one of the only cover photos where it is not the living room!(fun fact for the day)
With the gold highlights and the industrial lighting, it creates a great bathroom that fits my theme.
Here is the hallway. On the left you can see a part of the bedroom and straight forward is the guest access to the bathroom.
I would have to admit, this is my favorite bedroom I have ever done. The colors intertwine smoothly, and the decor fits the theme. Here in this room, you can read, sleep, and just even relax after a long day.
You can see the comfy bed, best from here and the 2 poufs at the bottom of the render. Also the rustic barn door gives a bright feel, in this mostly dark room.
Here is the entrance to the bathroom. Here you can store towels and other things such as toilet paper.
Here you have the best view of the wooden beam. You can also see the dining room from far away.
Here is the back view of the living room, where you can see the fireplace and the built in bookshelf. It also opens up into the kitchen where you can see the pot if its boiling or overflowing.
A back view of the dining room and a glimpse of the hallway. Also, you see the optional ottoman if you need more seating at the table. The more the merrier!(but more dishes)
This is the front entry where you hang your coat or jacket after a day at work or a outing in the city. Also, a place to look at your spiffy outfit before you go to work or school. A simple system to keep everything pretty and organized.
This is the dining room. On the chair legs and the painting, you can see the familiar gold fixtures that are in the living room and the bedroom. Here is where you can have fun meals with your family and friends! Don't have to much fun or you will loose track of time, I put the clock in your favor.
This was actually not the original living room. I had a different design, but it never saved, so I changed the theme after redoing the living room! You can see the rustic features in the tables and the mantle. Also, you can see the industrial lighting put in, to give off the right amount of light.
A vertical view of the home office.
Here is the side view of the kitchen. Here you can see the chalk board where you can write your reminders old school way. Also you can see the blue rug that again carries along the blue into the kitchen.
A good, accessible place for a home office, and if you are in the situation I described, will also be a good place to eat your meal and do your work too.
Here in this kitchen, memories will be made for whoever owns it. (If it was real...) I really like the chairs because they not only provide the blue factor but the gold stool legs too. I chose to have a modern feel because I thought that there wasn't enough modern in the house.