House Tour: A Modern Home Decor with Exposed Brick Walls
Today we are going to show an incredible modern home decor designed by Larisa Gusakova, that takes place in Mariupol, Ukraine. What has really caught our eye in this interior design project was the perfect combination of the industrial elements present all over the house and the modern furniture. But if you are curious enough, keep scrolling to find out everything you need to know about Haruki’s apartment!
First of all, we have found out this project on the Behance profile of The Goort, that is simply amazing and is worth the visit. This 35.7 sq.m apartment is located on the first floor of a two-storey brick building in the historic center of the city. Let’s take a little tour!
Right now, this apartment is owned by a young couple that decided to create a spacious and bright modern apartment, with a minimum of furniture and a maximum range of functions.
“The biggest part of the area is in a lounge zone, which actually changes its appearance very quickly and easily, depending on which task it has. The owners of the apartment are very sociable people, they have a lot of friends and a lot of reasons to meet them, including meetings at home.”
The first floor is very versatile since it can be transformed into a living room, a dining room or even a home cinema. The required items for these modifications are located in the cells of a huge cabinet, where they have dismountable table and folding chairs, central cushions and futons to sleep.
“There is no separate working area as such, this function is carried out by a long windowsill, and it is used as a table for breakfast and light dinner in the kitchen area.”
Our favorite detail in this industrial loft are the incredible industrial lighting designs that give that final touch to the entire house. The exposed brick walls, not only does bring add a personalized atmosphere to the place, but it also brings a unique and stylish design.
In the bathroom, a color block of white and beige was used for a modern look. We loved the vintage box used for towels and magazines. It really has a vintage industrial style to this apartment, making it unique!