Nowadays, more people prefer a cozy, eco-friendly, and minimalistic nest to dwell in with benefits that further boost and strengthen an intimate relationship that rarely occurs between humans and nature. In these homes, residents can opt for comfy and snugly concepts that are fast becoming a favored alternative.
An Audacious, Contemporary Russian Home by Nastya Antonyuk and Anya Garienchick.
Located in Moscow, Russia, this 43-square meter abode centers around a matte-black structured wall divider, a hidden inner bathroom, and an open floor living, dining, sleeping, and kitchen area. Tall windows to gather ample natural lighting for the whole house are well incorporated.
Bold decisions to integrate industrial detailing into the mid-century style that was chosen with selected Spanish furnishings bring a little fun and diversity, as well as a warm, nostalgic aura to the union.
Natural Elegance with a Minimalistic Approach by Micheal Temnikov.
Working within 43-square meters of space, the designer transpired a minimalist concept into the open spaced area; accompanied by a corridor bathroom, and a modest veranda. Embodying simplistic geometric structures and an opulent smoothness to bring out the refined sophistication is what this designer pushed forward with his concept.
It is clear that implementing economical detailing was to succor the raw, cosmopolitan interior with concrete, wire, and wood elements.
The green living-themed cultured wall of exquisite vines harmonize wonderfully with the monochromic concrete theme that emphasizes a well-balanced, calm, and relaxing tone.
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