Cityscapes twinkle beyond the windows of this 78.07 square metre apartment, belonging to a blogger located in Kiev, Ukraine. The dark and sophisticated living space was designed and visualised by Home Cult. It is a design that explores creative lighting solutions, in order to accentuate pieces of modern furniture and textured feature walls, and bring a whole new dimension to the decor. The bedroom in particular has a unique slatted wall design that incorporates LEDs inside to stunning effect. You can also find a home office that’s set up for flawless sound recording, incorporating sound absorption panels, to facilitate the making of YouTube videos and podcasts.
Modern track lights glow around the ceiling space of a living room dining room combo. Perimeter LEDs cast a glow down a black marble and wood effect feature wall behind the living room sofa. Under-cabinet LED lights cut across a one wall kitchen.
Within the wood effect wall, an internal door has been panelled with the same wood finish so that it almost disappears from view behind the modern sofa.
Large windows let natural daylight flood in across the grey living room and onto the contemporary grey sofa. A column of space between the large windows has been given a grey gloss surface in order to define it as the tv wall. The ceiling track lights reflect in its high shine finish.
The flat fronted grey kitchen is somewhat camouflaged against the grey walls of the living room. Wall cupboards have been double banked to capitalise on vertical storage space in the compact room proportions.
Taller units finish off the grey one wall kitchen, and include an integrated oven. The dining set is a mix and match of soft neutral chairs and a dark wood table.
The home office is like a box of texture. A rustic stone feature wall is cut through with wooden volumes, beside a smooth grey panelled wall. Sound absorption panels have been installed around the desk to maximise sound quality when recording videos for YouTube, or when recording podcasts. The acoustic panels bring their own texturised effect to the room, stretching all the way from the desk to the ceiling.
An LED strip light is concealed under the desk overhang, which creates a warming and welcoming glow from underneath.
An ergonomic desk chair sits at the modern home office desk, to provide good back support for long hours in front of the screen.
Lighting tricks are at play inside the master bedroom. LEDs beneath the bed reflect onto the wood floor, giving the bed an elevated floating effect. Strip lights accentuate a wide headboard design and textured accent wall.
The grey bedroom scheme looks warm and alive under the lights, which reflect in a mirrored and slatted wardrobe door design.
At the foot of the bed, lights have been threaded between the slats of another feature wall. The undulating line of light gives an abstract impression of another cityscape, to match the view out of the window.
A Snoopy table lamp shines against leather effect panels on the headboard. Electrical sockets are colour coordinated in a matching shade of grey.
The bathroom is another triumph of modern lighting solutions in a monochrome design scheme. A warm white trim of light stripes the seam between the floor and the wall in this room, which creates uplighting upon a charcoal colour toilet. The low level illumination also highlights raw grey concrete floor slabs that bring in a cool industrial vibe.
Underlit shelves glow inside a recess at the side of the vanity area, offering an easy reach storage solution for regularly used toiletries, makeup and hair products. Heated single bar towel rails gleam against the grey backdrop in shiny stainless steel. The toilet flush plate, roll holder, bidet rinser and basin tap match the smart silvery finish.
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