Raw Structural Details – Focal Interior Part
Black, white, and a dash of raw structural details – that’s the main point of the style and looks in this apartment that was designed by Crosby Studios. One of the aims definitely was to maintain existing concrete and brick structure and to adjust the other interior furniture and decorative details around it. The whole space is left minimal – poured flooring, kitchen surfaces, and painted walls are all white, while the other details give some contrast since it’s mostly in sharp black and bits of wood. The black wired chairs and rotating wall lighting creates more of an industrial impression of this living space. The bedroom was separated by a glass and metal partition wall so more light gets into the room.
To bring more color to the whole space, the bright green free-standing tub was chosen for the bathroom. The style was being kept similar to the other parts of the home – minimal black and white color palette and a painted brick wall. The difference to a usual bathroom – there are no tiles, only painted walls and similar poured flooring as well.