Tuesday means a new Home Tour here at Home Design Ideas!And what if I tell you that today we’re going to travel to London to get to know an outstanding minimalist interior design?
The inspiration behind this Home Tour is Abi, a writter, photographer, blogger, travel and interior design addict who set up the blog “These Four Walls“.
From Bristol to the world, Abi shares the spaces she loves, the places she visits, the things that catch her eyes, always with a focus on Scandinavian design.
Located in a converted school in Hackney, this two-bedroom loft apartment was renovated by the interior designer Laura Lakin.
This minimalist style exudes calming colours and simple, relaxed living.
I would love to know what are your thoughts about these giant lamps, which contrasts beautifully with this wooden table surrounded by these metallic chairs!
Here the design goal was all about a contemporary, open-plan space which preserves the flat’s industrial character.
A vintage piece of art, functional and well structured, Diana by DelightFULL is ideal for side tables and ofﬁce playful desks. The coloured diffuser gives it a charismatic look. For kids and adults. This vintage light’s structure is handmade in brass and the lampshade in aluminium with the switch on the top. An industrial design icon.
Laura has decided to use clean lines and a monochrome colour palette in order to create a relaxing atmosphere, ideal for socialising or even to work.
This setting is ideal to enjoy the sunlight with these internal steel windows to let light flow between rooms.
“Laura designed much of the flat around favourite artworks, including the master bedroom, where a white four-poster frames a striking print by Estonian fine-art photographer Kylli Sparre” – said Abi.
“The minimal lines in this room are jazzed up with subtly patterned blinds and a beautiful Scandinavian-style rug (you can find a similar one at Rockett St George), and there’s also an ensuite shower room decked out in grey marble and black fixtures.” – said Abi.
IMAGES’ CREDITS: These Four Walls
One of the most impressive rooms of this apartment is the bathroom. The black details fit perfectly in this Scandinavian scenario.
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This London House designed by the British interiors firm Studio MacLean is about to change your mind if you are not a fan of the monochromatic design.
Swipe up and find out how an all-white space can be clean yet snug!
Welcome to this restored house, which exudes a striking monochromatic and simplistic vibe!
The Camberwell-based studio designed the refurbishment of the west London property, betting on timeless finishes.
Studio MacLean decided to overhaul the entire home with a monochrome palette! All the existing window frames, ceiling beams, doors and walls were repainted in soothing shades of white.
From floor to ceiling we are presented with a soft color scheme, which contrasts beautifully with an expected black!
Lurk at those transcendent wall lamps! The best monochrome light fixtures to take you to the master living room!
This open place is offset by a series of understated elements! Is it a risk? No… It is certainly a well-thought and inspiring interior design!
“I Put a Spell on You” Like Nina Simone’s genius capacity to mesmerize us with her music, DelightFULL took a design classic and reinterpreted it into a fresh wall ﬁxture with a strong attention to detail.
Feel invited to visit the next room! Upon entering the kitchen, we will face cheery wood cabinets with white marble tops and custom-made marble sinks!
The choice of this natural stone adds timeless elegance and opulence to the minimalistic kitchen! Not to mention the captivating disposal of the four lamps!
It’s time to ride up to the first floor and find out more monochromatic designs.
Note the black staircase, which plays against with the white fireplace. This place remains a mystery, isn’t it?
Here we’ve a bathroom in which geometric shapes make all the difference. Delineated meticulously, all finishes fit perfectly in such exquisite bathroom.
Take also a look at the combo of the wall mosaic with the floor design! A brilliant work that adds texture to the ambiance.
And here we come to one of the most quirky rooms of the whole London House! With a simple daybed custom-made from plywood on the lower level and a small study desk upstairs!
IMAGES’ CREDITS: Deezen
“The family wanted the house to have a clean, simple style that would remain timeless as they intend to live in the property for many years,” studio founder Jason MacLean told Dezeen.
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