What you’re looking at right now is a beautiful apartment located in Kiev, Ukraine. The interior design is done by studio za-za and feels quite eclectic, with lots of different patterns, textures and materials mixed together. It’s not a big loft but it doesn’t feel small either thanks to the way the different areas are designed and oriented in relation to one another.
The main space is a lovely multifunctional area with this really cool chandelier centered above the sitting area. It has several hanging rope lights spread in all directions from the center point and it’s a nice way to add warmth and texture to the otherwise bare concrete ceiling.
What’s also notable is the herringbone pattern on the living room accent wall. It helps to focus the attention towards the back of the room, beyond the sofa and it draws the attention away from the simplicity of the decor around it. The dark blue curtains add a nice contrast to the decor, framing the windows and blocking the sunlight for a better viewing experience when using this space as a home theater setting. We also love the hanging chair which sits between the living room and the open kitchen. It’s a cool way to visually separate these areas by actually introducing another piece of furniture into the mix.
The kitchen has blue cabinets which help it stand out and an island which frames this whole area and acts as a space divider while also adding more storage space and a spacious countertop. The pattern once again plays an important role in the design and you can see how the floor in the kitchen is made of ceramic tiles with various different patterns and colors on them. There’s also matching tiles on the backsplash. And speaking of eye-catching patterns, the bedroom has matching accent walls and a cool-looking brick archway framing the bed and the bathroom features mosaic tiles that give it lots of character.