This 3-bedroom apartment was reconfigured to a 2 bedroom one, accommodating a larger living space for an elderly couple. A neutral palate of beige and brown was maintained through out the apartment, creating accent elements in the technique of veneer application. A certain sense of depth was achieved in tonal variations of paints and wallpapers on the walls. In the guest bedroom with a beige floor a deeper walnut veneer was used on the wardrobe and its perpendicular wall concealing the entrance to the attached bathroom. A slight molding detail on the furniture created the hint of a period look to the room. Since the master bedroom had a deep smoked oak floor, the rest of the room adorned a light color with textural variations in terms of glossy and matt surfaces highlighted with a pattern of grooves.
2500 sq. ft.