Industrial, artistic, and very modern, this contemporary studio apartment takes it to the top in this very independent, daring, and individualistic design. Surprising us suddenly with a rustic influence for the kitchen and rare but audacious use of royal blue in the bedroom, what next for this bold beauty? To add to the indulgence of the bedroom, a medium archway leads into a personal relaxation area for a very select amount of people, complete with natural ambient lighting. An island doubles as counter space and dining surface, which is connected to a dining table. Rights next to the island is the door to the walk-in closet, uncommonly but uniquely situated outside of the bedroom. Huge glass walls that also open up to act as doors and windows separate the bedroom from the living and dining areas—attached to a stretch of feature wall of wall panelling made of various materials. This lines the walkway from the front door and entrance into the main area of the house, greeting hosts and guests alike with a visual feast and natural conversation starter. With extremely large windows to let in an abundance of natural light, this studio apartment is perfect for the fiercely independent individual.
Credits to Interior decorating ideas pro