Designed for a bachelor, this flat in Kiev, Ukraine was in the hands of Nelly Prodan Design who focused on minimalism for the design plan. The modest interior was separated into two sections – one to host guests and one for sleep and work – that are located at opposite ends for added privacy.
To get a rich look on a budget, they used a laminate floor where the texture resembled a threadbare tree. The laminate extends up the wall in the open living area acting as a backdrop for artwork. Two other walls are clad in metal sheets that are patchworked together and held with rivets.
Opposite the metal wall is the bathroom which is built in the middle of the apartment to create a hallway between the bedroom and the living area. The bathroom is designed as a walk-through to the bedroom with glass doors offering privacy, and there’s a curtain that hides bathroom from the bedroom.
The kitchen is modern, with white cabinets and wooden countertops; a brick backsplash gives the space an industrial look. It’s united with the dining and living space to make the space look bigger, airier and cooler.
The furniture in the apartment is a mix of modern, vintage and rustic pieces: a hot red sofa neighbors with rustic wood slice stools and vintage industrial chairs. This apartment is full of nice ideas for bachelors, guys, pay attention!