The interior design of this single-family house in Warsaw is astounding with its modernism and simplicity. Envisioned by Tamizo Architects, this contemporary dream home is artfully drawn from a black-and-white canvas.
When looking at these interior spaces, it’s the monochrome schematic which makes maximum, yet elegant impact. A work of minimalism, these rooms of stone grey, cream, white against black, possess a flowing openness which captivates. Ceilings are double-height, wall art is magnificently imposing while the full volume glazing provides excellent natural light to best showcase this modern masterpiece.
Surfaces are smooth, from concrete floors to stark white walls and ceilings–no fuss here. In the main living area, a modular sofa is softened with rounded edges and flanked with streamlined black tray tables. Unique, triangular-shaped bean-bag chairs rest directly upon the floor, reminding me of creamy dollops–love them! The black built-in fireplace with stacked wood contrasts magnificently with the snow-white wall its nestled into. A trio of black long-necked lamps with casually-exposed floor wires matches the dark-framed windows, contributing a dense dose of drama to this otherwise airy space.
The kitchen is expressed vividly, with an ultramodern black-on-black dining table and chairs, as well as a collection of mismatched smoked-glass pendants. The inky black faucet is simple yet a bold, detailed contribution. Linear white cabinetry and a center island poses coats this culinary space, which is playfully accented with classic milk bottles and bright red tomatoes. An outdoor terrace just on the other side of a glass door features an all-white dining set–perhaps a yin-yang design interplay to the indoor kitchen design.
What better way to retain the black-and-white palette than with marble? This is precisely what the designers did in the spa-worthy master bathroom. Walls and floors are splashed with gleaming slabs of marble, while a floating basin and soaking tub are kept cool in white, and sleek shelving, towel racks and fixtures are edgy in ebony. The bedroom suite follows the color/non-color theme, with a built-in, L-shaped, back-lit headboard and vanity. A customized wardrobe features a dark framed full-length mirror set against a pure white closet save for the jet-black clothes hangars.
This Single-Family House in Warsaw is a redefined interpretation of simple, sophisticated interior design–a modern dream home for the visual senses and beyond.
Posted by Suzanne at 2 July, 2013