Polish design studio Dragon Art have recently designed an apartment that was created from two smaller, interconnected apartments and adapted to the needs of a family of four. The bigger residence has an open plan for the kitchen, dining and living room areas. White walls and ceilings are paired with a wall of built-in white cabinets that have wood accents. Large sliding glass doors keep the space light and airy and in the living room there is a direct exit to the outdoor terrace.
The lounge area has a minimal yet slightly eccentric feel. Quirky Flos lamps are suspended above the sofa and an unusual bookcase is installed in the wall, with the majority of its storage areas hidden behind tall panels. Accents of black connect the lounge area with the kitchen and dining areas, including black side tables, lighting fixtures, dining chairs and kitchen cabinets. The kitchen is simple, in monotone colours. Light wood floors span the interior, keeping it bright.
The minimal colour palette continues through into the bedroom which features black, white and grey tones. The bathroom has a similar colour scheme but includes silver and metallic tiles that add a touch of glamour. A central corridor connects the two areas, with a feature piece of mosaic art that can be seen from every bedroom due to cleverly placed mirrors. A mirror wall on the opposite side serves to multiply the spectacular effect.