This contemporary apartment in China was created by a designer for himself and it shows off all his unique personality
Designers’, artists’ and architects’ homes are my favorite eye-candies because they are usually the most creative and unique ones. Creative people tend to make their homes reflections of themselves and they look fantastic, and the home we are sharing today is one of these.
For Gengbo, the design director of YHDQ Design, the memories and tokens from his global travels served as the central inspiration for the renovation of his home in Chongqing, China. Working with an original structure of two lofts, Gengbo removed the majority of the walls to transform the space into an open and light-filled home where the owner’s artworks and findings could take centerstage.
The ethereal dark green tones of the space are matched with a muted white palette to create an overall minimalist expression. With the interior finishings, low saturation colors were chosen to evoke a creative and spiritual mood. Gengbo then added additional furnishings from Loewe, Foscarini, Moustach, Roche Bobois, and Baxter.
These are two apartments merged into one, filled with natural light and with bold artworks and trendy furniture
The dining space is innovative due to the pieces that are used to furnish it - these are bold ones
This is another sittign room, with a catchy soft sofa, a built-in TV, layered rugs and a potted tree
The designer used many catchy and interestign materials throughout his home to make it wow
The kitchen makes a statement with a checked kitchen island with a gold countertop and all hidden cabinets and storage
The cooking zone is pretty small, with a TV and simple grey cabinets with terrazzo countertops
There are also wooden cabinets with built-in appliances and a polished gold backsplash
The bedroom features closed and sleek storage units, a floating bed, a bright artwork and hanging lamps
Catchy furniture is seen here, too - look at this curved glass unit for storage
The master bathroom is done with terrazzo and grey marble tiles, with modern fixtures and touches of gold
The gold vanity and a small shelf add to the look of the bathroom