This Scandinavian style apartment is a brilliant conceptual design carried out by the talented CG artist Denis Krasikov, located in Murmansk, Russia. Bright white walls and soaring ceilings helps to illuminate the space, creating a bright and airy interior. Well appointed furniture arrangements throughout the space creates an ideal living environment for the new homeowners. The apartment has been designed with an open layout, where a fluid flow helps you to move effortless from one space to the next. The living room and kitchen as well as a small home office nook are all open to each other. The bedroom and bathroom are separated from the main living areas for privacy. Tall banks of windows allows natural light to flood the interiors, while window treatment from the windows and can be closed for privacy. The industrial style kitchen is very spacious with a great work flow, ideal for someone who enjoys cooking and entertaining guests. A fold up table sits next to the center island to be used as a breakfast bar, but can be taken away if additional space is needed. Wooden flooring travels throughout most of the interiors, with a beautiful herringbone pattern in the main living spaces creating a visually pleasing affect. Playful graphic artwork can be seen throughout, adding a nice touch of personality.
Overall, this is a very inspiring apartment design with an incredible level of detail displayed from one space to the next. Artistic perfection! What do you think? Please leave your feedback in the comments section below.
Love this style of design? Have a look at some past features from this same artist in case you missed them: Fascinating Scandinavian style loft apartment in Prague and Dark and moody modern industrial apartment in Russia.
Renderings: Courtesy of Denis Krasikov
White Street Loft is a beautiful 19th century loft designed by owner and principal James Ramsey of Raad Studio, located in Tribeca, an area in Lower Manhattan, New York. The home does not offer a lot of natural light, but makes up for it in the well placed light fixtures. Originally details have been carefully preserved, such as old windows, tin ceilings and exposed brick walls. New finishes were added such as light oak flooring, refreshing the walls with a coat of white paint and modern stainless appliances. Three windows were added to the center of the loft where the apartment was the darkest to allow some natural light to filter into the space. Some custom designed pieces by the designer includes a walnut storage/stereo cabinet, a 300 bottle wine rack crafted from terra cotta drainage pipes and a Beluga whale skeleton designed from a plaster mold that floats over the dining table. The custom kitchen showcases black granite countertops, white subway tile backsplash, and an island covered in white marble and walnut. The end result is a super stylish pad with plenty of tactile materials and stunning decorative accents, enjoy the photo tour!
Are you looking for more industrial loft inspiration here on 1 Kindesign? Have a look at a couple of our past popular features: Building transformed into industrial home in Portland and Incredible industrial style loft apartment in NoHo.
Photos: Courtesy of Raad Studio
This modern industrial apartment is a brilliant conceptually designed floor plan by Russian based designer Denis Krasikov, located in Murmansk, Russia. The talented CG artist has created an incredible design scheme showcasing masculine interiors in a moody setting, perfect for the ultimate bachelor pad. The home was just recently planned for the chief editor of a large Russian gaming magazine. The apartment features hardwood flooring throughout most of the interiors, with the exception of the tiled entryway and bathroom, which are designed in a fun graphic print. A graphic tile is also picked up in the kitchen for the backsplash, creating an attractive focal point to the space. In the master bedroom, the hardwood flooring is more luxurious, designed in a herringbone pattern. Open plan spaces creates an inviting flow throughout the spaces, making it easy for entertaining friends and family.
We have showcased other fascinating conceptually designed apartments here on 1 Kindesign, chalk full of inspiration. Have a look: Duplex features minimalist lines with Scandinavian aesthetics and Clever design solutions in cozy 69 square meters apartment.
Images: Courtesy of Denis Krasikov
Brimming with character, this Arts District loft in Los Angeles, California is the home of Scott Jarrell and Kristan Cunningham, owners of Hammer + Spear. Showcasing an aesthetic of a well collected showroom, this 3,500 square foot industrial loft is in the same neighborhood as their shop. The home is a stylish mix of clever DIY solutions and collected vintage pieces. infusing the space with personality. The homeowners have taken up residence in this space for the past four years, describing their design style as “dark and moody, cozy and tucked in.” They wanted their interiors to feel like fall and winter throughout the year, injecting the home with warmth. The couple both have a very masculine aesthetic, which makes design selections easy to collectively agree upon. The loft showcases an eclectic mix of scoured antique shop finds and Craigslist scores mixed with some designer pieces to create a collected aesthetic that is visually pleasing and inviting. If you have watched HGTV’s Design on a Dime, you may recognize Kristan as a past designer and host of the popular show for ten seasons. She got her start at just twenty years old, beginning with an appearance on HGTV’s Designer’s Challenge.
Do you think the homeowner’s have a unique design style? Let us know your thoughts on this feature, in the comments section below. Love the look of lofts? We have presented plenty here on 1 Kindesign, have a look at some popular ones from the past: Three-story West Loop Loft renovation in Chicago and Incredible industrial style loft apartment in NoHo.
Warm and welcoming, an antique wine-tasting table is the anchor to the loft’s entryway. The table plays double duty as not only an accent piece but as a card games table, brainstorming space, and a place to sip on wine.
Against a dramatic backdrop of high windows and white brick walls, the loft showcases beautiful details at every turn and furnishings that evokes a feeling that is both well worn and luxe.
A leather poof sits under a mid-century coffee table. delineating the space is a Beni Ourain-style rug.
The dining room features a 1970s mahogany table that was refinished in an ebony paint, surrounded by rich vintage leather chairs by Mariani.
The Brunswick billiards table is the social hub of the home. The lighting above was originally a vintage Model T luggage rack turned light fixture, designed by Brothers of Industry
The sconce pictured above was an eBay purchase. The flickering bulb is inspired by gas lanterns, creating a warm glow throughout the loft. Every bulb within the loft is 25 watts and set on a dimmer switch.
A cozy furniture arrangement separates this space from the rest of the home, making it a snuggly den. The couple watches movies on the velvety soft sofa and curl up with a fur throw.
The homeowners have an extensive record collection that gets used both morning and evening. Antique fencing helmets can also be see in the eclectic mix of the image above.
Picked up from a local junk shop, a pair of brass stag end tables with a glass top creates the illusion that the books are hovering on the animals noses.
The couple’s four-year-old bichon frise-poodle mix, Bean, poses adorably for the camera.
This simple white IKEA kitchen has been dressed up with stylish features such as leather drawer pulls, DIY shelving, and contrasting baseboards.
The light flooded kitchen showcases an assortment of warm metals, which includes rustic copper piping and tableware. Shelving stores glasswares and accessories, putting the couple’s unique finds on display. Butcher block countertops helps to infuse natural texture into the space.
The clothing racks were designed by the homeowner’s from utilitarian gas-pipe parts picked up from The Home Depot.
Nile Street Flat is a fascinating industrial style vacation rental that is located in Shoreditch, an inner city district in the historic East End of London, England, United Kingdom. Nile Street was originally a costume factory back in 1850, with something of its playful spirit still remaining in the home. Eight years ago the property was just a run down shell, but the new owner’s transformed into an extraordinary open plan living space. The home features contemporary furnishings mixing with a cowhide rug, sumptuous art, original floorboards and exposed brickwork. The color palette features an intermingling of creams, browns and whites, from the beautiful floorboards to the wooden furnishings. Industrial pieces of gloss and chrome intermingle with art deco curves, and the kitchen’s sleek finish has also been softened with green plants and a beautiful gilded mirror. There are several bedroom options, a pair of bunk beds in the children’s room, two double bedrooms, a master retreat and an enchanting secret bedroom behind a hidden door.
If you are wishing to stay at this stylish and inviting home, rates run around $692 per night from here.
Looking for other vacation rental homes in Great Britian? We have featured a couple here on 1 Kindesign, have a look: Modernized farmhouse in the Cotswolds and Beautiful restoration of an old Victorian Mill.
An old flour mill was converted into a fascinating industrial style loft by architect Robb Studio in conjunction with Studio Gild, located in Denver, Colorado. The building was built in the 1920s, dilapidated and abandoned, the building was repurposed in 2000, converted into lofts. Originally the client was just looking to make a few updates on their 3,000 square foot home, such as cabinet hardware and an enhanced connection with the laundry and guest bath. Yet, in the end, made the decision to give the loft a complete modern transformation, creating a striking visual aesthetic with open spaces for entertaining that the homeowners could enjoy for years to come. Greater functionality, clean lines and an enhanced material palette are just some of the details that were improved.
This custom designed kitchen showcases stained oak cabinets with quartzite countertops. For the cabinet uppers, the designers installed perforated metal panels. Walls of windows adds lots of natural light into the spaces, with soaring ceilings and exposed ductwork, a truly inspiring industrial home. What do you think? Leave us your feedback in the comments section below!
If you find industrial style lofts inspiring, have a look at some of 1 Kindesign’s past features, such as Eclectic industrial-modern loft in Marina Del Rey and Industrial eclectic Brooklyn loft of Alina Preciado.
Photos: Courtesy of Studio Gild / Dwell
This Barcelona flat is a newly renovated apartment with plenty of vintage charm, re-designed by interior decorator Silvia Rademakers, located in Barcelona, Spain. This beautiful home showcases open spaces bathed in light and is reflected throughout thanks to white walls and the attractive mixture of industrial and vintage design that brings warmth to the environments. The reform involved keeping doors to a minimum with space interconnected. The living room was opening up to the hallway to give depth of space. The owners also wanted to re-organize the closet in their bedroom to be more functional and spacious. To do this, they fitted out the adjoining room with floor to ceiling cabinets and better integrated the connection to the bedroom. In the bathroom, a window was installed to facilitate natural light into the shower. After the construction was completed, they owners focused on decorating their newly well-distributed home. The wooden flooring throughout most of the home reflected the light penetrating through the windows, so the walls and ceiling were also kept white for illumination and the enhanced effect of spaciousness.
Since the white paint gives a sense of coolness to the space, textures were introduced to create warm, welcoming environments. Plush cushions and soft throws create a cozy feel and fur area rugs adds warmth to the floors to tread barefoot, especially in the bedrooms. Decorative elements were added to the apartment to help create a sense of intimacy, and reflect the personality of the owners. These elements includes the chandelier in the dining room, the garland of cloth above the master bed and the child’s bedroom; old suitcases were re-purposed and stacked into a side table next to the living room sofa. There is also an old trunk finished with pink brushstrokes at the foot of the master bed, which adds color and character.
Love apartment renovations as much as we do here on 1 Kindesign? Tell us about a renovation experience you had in the comments section below. If you are still looking for more inspiration, have a look at these past articles we have featured, Charming retro apartment in Madrid brimming with personality and Adorable tiny apartment with intriguing layout in Sweden. Still want more? Check out our Pinterest page on Apartments and Lofts here:
Photos: Mi Casa
Interior IG is a small bachelor apartment designed to create a cozy yet highly functional interior atmosphere by INT2 Architecture, located in Minsk, Belarus. With a total surface area of 742 square feet (69 square meters), this home is a transition point for a young programmer for the next couple of years. Structured on one level, all spaces are kept open, with the only isolated areas being the bedroom and bathrooms. The bedroom is limited by a glass partition, helping to make the space feel larger and to bring sunlight into the room. A drapery curtain inside the bedroom can be pulled across for privacy. Metal has been a consistent element seen throughout the interior scheme, such as the living room cabinet, bar shelf, dining and coffee table. This is not the only industrial elements within this project, you see open air ducts, the light fixtures, old boards on the bedroom wall with graffiti and the brick partition bedroom the living room and hallway. The interior colors are based on the contrast between white and shades of gray with pops of brightly colored accents.
Features of this home includes an open plan living, dining and kitchen with an island, a small office space, bedroom, water closet and shower room with a laundry and sink and cozy balcony. Its amazing how this apartment is so small yet so well designed, with everything a person could possibly need. What do you think, was this small project successfully designed?
Photos: Courtesy of INT2 Architecture
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