Sometimes all it takes is some carefully placed splashes of color to really bring a space to life. In these two apartments, meticulously designed by the Ukraine-based team at Mooseberry Design, we can see just what a difference some vibrance can make.
In the living room, the use of color is eye-popping.
In the custom sofa design, we almost get the illusion of three separate sofas in one while proving that ‘coordinating’ isn’t synonymous with ‘matching.’
And the addition of the Union Jack area rug is nothing if not a little cheeky.
The living room opens into the breakfast area and kitchen, with a pair of lime green chairs for each.
In the bedroom we find one of the most common loft elements: a concrete wall. Pairing the cool grey with oranges and red, the room immediately becomes more welcoming.
A wood slat headboard makes for creative and modular end tables.
And a cityscape wall decal offers even more personality.
The bathroom, kept mainly in white and natural wood, is actually open to the main room, but tucked behind a wall for privacy.
The first apartment is actually a micro loft that doesn’t have a lot of extra space to play with.
The second space from Mooseberry is more of a traditional apartment (meaning it actually has doors on its bathroom).
The living room is bright and sunny with personal touches in the gallery wall and geometric throw pillows.
The dining area consists of both a small table and a breakfast bar. Mismatched chair cushions are a whimsical touch.
The kitchen is largely white and has a country chic style with splashes of pink and red.
The front entryway features a cute shoe storage solution for an otherwise easily cluttered space.
Robin’s egg blue walls are positive and pretty.
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The lovely pastel palette comes into the bedroom in the form of a luminous seafoam green.
Faux shadow boxes manage to store books while making themselves a feature on their own.
The bathroom is the only space where we find a bit of darkness in the form of jewel tone tiles.
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