Differing Textures Make Good Decor Buddies
Various materials with unique finishes and textures can make a big difference to an interior design layout. Whether soft, abrasive, glistening, or matted, the finishing of a material is the final touch that brings a décor together, and this home does it well.
This apartment by Tavares Duayer, has an unfinished-finished style. The natural materials used for the ceiling and floors create a unique, contemporary style that’s cozy and quaint.
The exposed brick is a classic for those who want their home to have that “lived-in” feel. It represents a place that’s down-to-earth where friends and family feel welcomed. The design inlaid in the exposed brick is either natural or intentional. Either way, it has an amazing effect.
The sui generis variety of natural elements begins in the living room. The ceiling has exposed cement structured in a distinctive design. The dark hardwood floor complements the natural scheme while simple furnishings add to the overall ambiance. The lighting in the space is subtle and practical. The leather accent chair and cotton/linen modular sofa make the room comfortable without dominating the space. It’s an easy going, pleasant ambiance. The mix of feminine and masculine pieces is interesting as well. The chandelier exudes a soft vibrancy, the cement ceiling it’s attached to is hard and stark. The black shelving and black iron stove goes back to a masculine genre. It’s much like beauty-and-the-beast brought to life in stupendous interior splendor.
The open space includes a small working space and dynamic kitchen area. White glistening tiles and bodacious, sparkling, stainless steel appliances are a magnificent combination. Brass touches complete the look along with wooden top stools. The glass front cabinetry is designed with a grey mat finish with touches of wainscoting and brass handles. The black-and-white flooring is an effective addition to the overall look. Natural lighting illuminates the space beautifully.
The bedroom area is chic, contemporary, and demure. Comfort and relaxation is the theme with soft and hard looks combined to good effect. The exposed brick along with the rust metal headboard is extraordinary and it works! The colorful artwork adds a glint of fun and magic. The furnishings go through various periods from 16th century to modern day décor design.
Distinctive homes such as this have an eclectic ambiance. The interior décor is exceptional in that it’s more personal, more so than following any particular trend. One-of-a-kind pieces, whether large or small, is what brings out the beauty in the most awkward materials. The décor in this dwelling has managed to take those very objects and give them life creating a beautiful canvass.