A multitude of calming colours wash throughout the open plan living areas of this modern home design, shaping a chromatically interesting and inviting space. The cool hues morph gradually into visual heat as we travel through the hallway and into the master bedroom and bathroom, creating an evolutionary colour story. Designed by Miklashevskaia Anna, the modern interior design also offers inspiration for a unique headboard feature wall and contemporary lighting options, along with chic storage ideas and a stylish kids room. Colour crackles across the bathroom in three different types of wall tiles, including a wet wall of trendy geometric terrazzo tiles that complement an eye-catching orange vanity.
As we enter the living room of this colourful home, we find a large and airy space that’s full of visual interest. Colour is not used to define
the separate areas of the open layout but rather to break up each mass of furniture and wall space.
A sage green TV stand is balanced by colour matched window shutters and lighter shaded chairs in the adjacent dining area.
Decorative bowls dot copper tones onto the green unit, which warmly tie in with the wood chevron floor and a soft pink area rug.
The colourful living room rug finds common ground with a pink coffee table and ombre accent cushions on the sofa.
Handmade vases adorn the small coffee table and media unit, subtly threading more green touches through the lounge.
A mustard living room chair overlaps the edge of the multicoloured living room rug.
The comfortable lounge chair is perfectly situated to take in the best views, via a covered balcony area.
Over in the dining space, a showstopping wireframe pendant light descends dramatically upon the eating area. This remarkable piece is the Parachute suspension lamp by Nathan Yong for Ligne Roset.
Light teal upholstered dining chairs with golden legs carry a luxe aesthetic.