The Home With The Silver Slide

The Home With The Silver Slide

The three dimensional photo of this quirky apartment gives you a view of its outstanding layout. It’s an enigma of a playful scene merged with sophisticated elegance, an unusual combination for sure. Nevertheless, KI DESIGN the designers of this abode managed to superbly pull it off.

How do you install a silver slide right in the center of a home? Well, you just do it. It takes courage as it’s more of a novelty and probably not something you would want to keep once the children have flown from the nest. Still, it’s an attractive talking point and can easily be acknowledged as a work of art. What’s more, the amazing staircase flawlessly links each floor like a well knotted macrame. Each turn and twist places each floor in sync with the other. It’s a phenomenal interior design concept.

Something else that makes the interior décor of this residence so incredible are the foliage arrangements. It’s hard to tell whether the flora is real or artificial, but the effect is marvelous. It works in an unorthodox way, caressing the entire concept of the décor while standing out as a natural piece of artwork. Another peculiar impression about this residence are the furnishings. The angles are classic, the materials are staid with accent pillows in fun patterns, a hassock hangs in the center of the room, and sleek modular furniture designed in neutral and dark hues adds the comfort zone.

The general color spectrum of the entire residence has a neutral theme. Floor to ceiling French windows and sections of exposed white brick walls match effortlessly with the hardwood and cement flooring. Small details exemplify perfection. For example, the high wooden rectangular wall has intricate wooden boards situated in a contrasting position somewhat similar to a herringbone design.

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Aquamarine chairs brighten the neutral chroma and natural light enhances the sleek yet modified decorative area. Cobalt blue is another shade that adds depth to the colorless space though it is subtle and barely noticeable. Yet, its impact is not understated. The shade adds that subtle lift that such a color scheme requires to stay suited to the rest of the resident ornamentation.

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In addition, note the cross pattern in the wooden seating area near the modular sofa. It’s these subtle differences that really bring the décor of this home together. It’s as if a magical spell is part of the ambiance. In a off-moment, it catches you and you get it. You understand what it all means. It’s a dynamic home; however, it takes keen perception, an open mind, and decorative insight to fathom what it’s all about!

Melina Divani

Melina Divani is the owner and creator of Decoholic.org. Interior Design is her infinite passion without stop. Follow Melina on Instagram

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