To keep the color palette cozy and welcoming, Koot bureau used a minimum contrast method with a pinch of warmth in it. This scenario is followed in every plane and object in the apartment. The material scheme combination is a blend of a wide range of whites, soft grays, and brown warm wood completed with beige textiles.
Walls combine dominant white paint with warm gray accents accompanied by slightly darker vertical details adding some rhythm. Tiles, imitating oak wood in the bathroom, perfectly gradient into the natural oak floor parquet in the living room and bedrooms, and other stone large-format tiles blend with beige fabrics of sitting furniture and curtains. The same technique is also represented on built-in furniture. White, as a base color, is always framed with dark gray and wooden details.
Right after setting foot in this apartment, we are situated in a light hall, which plays the role of transitioning to any other room. A few steps further we enter the heart of the apartment – a bright living room with opened kitchen and the most inviting dining area. A master bedroom is a place to rest and slow down, relish intimacy and softness. The curtains fabric in this room is darker on purpose and helps create a sleepy atmosphere. Another bedroom is a place to play and grow. The goal was to arrange this room suitably and adjustable not only for age but also for gender, as the sex of the baby was not clear while the project was in the ongoing stage. The bathroom completes the concept of the apartment. This smaller area, with no natural lighting in it, still remains bright and warm.