Interior of a modern apartment in residential complex Manhattan
Modern interior of an apartment of 55 sq.m. in the center of Kiev.
The main goal of creating this interior was the arrangement of the most spacious and comfortable housing that would suit every client and be universal both in aesthetics and in the practical use of space.
The entrance lobby is illuminated by hidden lighting and one wall is trimmed with wood panels. This serves to visually separate the bedroom from the common living room area, and also protects the wall from dirt in the narrowest part of the corridor.
The open-plan living room allows to freely arrange a large dining table and a soft sofa. We did not try to disguise the concrete columns, but, on the contrary, showed all the beauty of the concrete texture.
The bedroom is separated from the living room only by glass sliding doors that let in maximum light. This technique allows you to place the bedroom itself away from external windows, and hidden lighting creates an atmosphere of comfort in the bedroom.
The bathroom is created in a combination of neutral shades of gray, white and wood texture. It contains a pentagonal shower cubicle, a washbasin with a convenient cabinet and a cabinet above the toilet bowl installation.