Specialists of a small Taiwanese company Made Go Design designed an apartment for a young couple and their one-and-a-half-year-old daughter. They managed to make a viable combination of European comfort, Asian minimalism and urban luxury, which in itself deserves approval.
The interior is formed by soft textures, warm colors and exclusive details that bring a sense of comfort, and thanks to the delicate presence of elements with industrial aesthetics, it seems perfectly balanced.
The child’s room radiates, surprisingly, elegance and cozy simplicity. White color dominates here, but not boredom — decorative elements like bright balloons and a wigwam fill the interior with dynamism.
Today, the space looks very cute, but it has the potential to transform as the child grows.
Although the apartment does not differ in impressive size, it accommodates all the functional areas necessary for life, which is ensured by a well-thought-out layout. The most illustrative example of the application of the design approach is the master bedroom.
Here they share the space of the home office and the actual place to sleep. The physical boundary between them is created by a low layout, while various textures and furniture are responsible for visual differentiation.
The designers applied the same win-win approach to the design of the living room, dining room and kitchen.
Competently combining incredibly fashionable decorative elements, such as the Wireflow pendant lamp from Arik Levy, and using exceptionally sound, high-quality materials, the authors of the project create spaces that are distinguished by functionality and impeccable style.
Seemingly insignificant items are evenly distributed throughout the apartment, which ultimately determine the nature of the design. This is, in particular, a stylized gramophone that decorates the desk in the bedroom-office.
And here is another example: exquisite lamps resembling clouds or inverted flasks. In front of us is an exquisite and at the same time cozy model called Muffin, designed by designers Dan Yeffet and Lucie Koldova. Delicate light passes through a blown glass lampshade crowning a wooden base.
The balcony has been turned into a terrace with a mini garden, where a relaxing and natural atmosphere reigns.
And what do you say about this stunning hexagonal tile, thanks to which a completely standard hallway has become a fashionable space that can tell guests about the excellent taste of the owners of the house.
So do you think the minimalism style is suitable for decorating apartments where families with young children live? Share your opinion with our readers.