Concrete and colourful accents bring character and energy to these two dark home interiors. Red, blue and red coloured accents come in the shape of bespoke furniture, modern soft furnishings, wall art and unique decor highlights. In creative home interior number one you will see a kitchen that is decorated with concrete and outlined in yellow, with yellow plinths and yellow lined wine storage nooks. Yellow recesses house ceiling spotlights, window reveals get the colour treatment, and even a fire extinguisher receives an artistic touch. The second home is a bit of a darker colour story that goes more sparingly with colourful accents, but cool concrete features prevail.
Designer: Roman Plyus
A yellow frame blazes around this black kitchen. Its only thin but it thrums an electrifying visual current that brings the dark installation to life.
A concrete kitchen island is set in the centre of the kitchen diner space, and more cool render sweeps around the lower half of the room. A piece of artwork accentuates the midline wall feature with its depicted horizon.
A Drop chair accompanies the two other dining chairs at the kitchen table. This sleek chair silhouette repeats in the bedroom space too.
Sheer window blinds protect the bedroom from the prying eyes of the city. A yellow and black double vanity table has been built around a wide concrete structural column, where it becomes a dividing element between the two vanity stations. Yellow window sills stripe the outer edge of the room.
A unique lounge chair, a distinctive coffee table design and a piece of modern sculpture evoke an intriguing art gallery vibe.
The concrete casing around the kitchen island has been cast at geometric angles to throw off any conventionality. Yellow units are held within the cool cast, bursting with visual warmth on the opposite side to the stark black dining shelf.
Yellow plinths underline the black kitchen units, and yellow lined wine storage cubbies dot the border. Upper cabinet doors are ribbed to bring textural contrast above a softly lit backsplash.
A black fruit bowl blends into the black backsplash and countertop.
Visualizer: Anna Vasyliuk
This second interior slides a little darker down the scale in terms of colour balance. Blue and yellow accents in this space are fewer and further between, resulting in a more knocked back, subdued finish. Just two blue scatter cushions brighten a long black sectional sofa. A single piece of art colours the concrete wall.
A round coffee table set makes tonal contrast in the centre of the living room rug.
The lounge stands wide open to the home entryway, so a shelving unit has been introduced to divide the space without blocking any of the natural light. It also maintains the wonderful sense of open space and connection.
The entryway table has a chic linear silhouette, finished in black powder coating to match the front door.
A linear suspension light makes a subtle addition over the bold kitchen island.
Two slimline bedroom pendant lights hang low, pushing focussed light over bedside shelves.
A grey and white bed set looks crisp against the sharp platform bed design.
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