This apartment in the city is part of a big apartment block with an open plan living, dining and kitchen space. The spiral leads up to a small lounge area, a bedroom and en suite bathroom. It was decorated with the Memphis style as inspiration. She did not shy away from bold colors and lots of pattern, but tried to ground the room with dark floors and the use of a rich Royal blue and highlights of yellow throughout.
The fireplace wall is the connective wall to the apartment next door, thus no windows on that wall.
Cover & Introduction
Under the overhang of the second level, this balcony was created for some outside breathing space. The glass panels was inserted in the wall to make the best use of the gorgeous views and because it's pleasing to the eye.
Bright yellow acrylic vanity and wall shelves......white porcelain.......and the little touch of pink and blue in the paintings of the fishes.
The bath and shower was combined and glass screens was done to manage the water splatter.
The plain white tiles with black grouting lines was the perfect backdrop for the blue and yellow accents to shine through.
This is the night vision of the bathroom.....and the connection with the bedroom. Colors in the wallpaper of the bedroom's feature wall was repeated as accent colors in the bathroom.
The stained glass in the bathroom door was cleverly chosen to create a beautiful color effect.
Living and Dining Room
They used a curved wall to create a semi private entrance hall and painted in the rich Royal blue to accentuate the impact of it and to make it another feature in a room full of features!
Another curved wall was used to create a seating area in the open plan living dining space. With a wonderful view into the room and of the spiral staircase, which in it's own right is also a feature in the room.
The wallpaper on the back wall is where the color scheme of the whole apartment started! Taking colors out of the wallpaper and then scattering them throughout the whole apartment, and then pair it with the Royal blue for continuity, was what made the scheme coming together.
On the fireplace wall the linear pattern of the black and white wallpaper married with the linear pattern on the white tiles and black grout lines.
The blue Memphis chairs paired with a gorgeous little white Memphis table in front of the fire!
The color choice in the living room area with the interesting notes of and almost chartreuse yellow green, and the unexpected pop of plummy pink in the coffee table and light fittings
Who would not want to sit in front of this fire!!
The spiral stairs was the best choice for this space! And how amazing is the different light fixtures!
A color scheme coming together! The scale of the room is big enough to take color....and lots of it as is demonstrated so vividly in this space.
Sunny yellow kitchen.......and then the lovely shades of greens to set it off.
Sunny yellow in the kitchen!
The staircase in the middle of the room coming down conveniently on the side of the curved bar area.
In the dining area the blues and greens was used to create a fresh welcoming feel!
The rich, almost jewel like colors was taken out of the feature colored wallpaper, the shapes and the lovely statue light feature!!