photo: © Zrobym architects

When looking for an interior representative of the second trend of 2019, we found ourselves in Minsk, Belarus. This interior combines natural materials with rich colours and an astonishing sense of elegance.

The architects from the Zrobym architects studio had a task to create a lively and unique interior. In the apartment with 103 square meters, they managed to create a comfortable and visually attractive home for a young family with two children.

 

The solution is based on white walls combined with solid oak floors and oak veneer tiles. The radiant custom furniture stands out against this background, and can be replaced whenever the owner grows tired of it.

Why did we fall in love with this apartment?

The living room combined with kitchen and dining room is filled with colours while remaining very tasteful. The light pink colour of the sofa is a proof that pastel colours are the new grey for upholstered furniture.

The blue kitchen island, complemented by coral bar stools, is a beautiful reflection of current trends in the use and combination of colours. It breaks down all prejudices and sets the tone for the whole room.

The social area is as spacious and bright as possible. To achieve this, the architects opted for a sunroom instead of loggia, directly in the living room.

The library next to the bed is a great solution for insomniacs who like to read at night.

The library next to the bed is a great solution for insomniacs who like to read at night.

The library next to the bed is a great solution for insomniacs who like to read at night.

Sports equipment, and the climbing and drawing wall encourage kids to pursue activities that support their creativity and health.

The apartment has two full bathrooms.

The en-suite bathroom connected to the master bedroom is decorated in a neutral combination of white and gray, allowing the beauty and simplicity of the wooden elements to stand out, such as the adjustable towel rack.

The other bathroom, designed mainly for children, has a more playful atmosphere.

The other bathroom, designed mainly for children, has a more playful atmosphere.

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