Located in Rome, Italy, this Celio Apartment bravely combines red and white tones in its interior, laying down a fine example of how to pull together the striking color blend stylishly. The décor concept itself flees from Carola Vannini Architecture and is realized in a deluxe area near the Colesseo neighborhood. The building is experiencing a detail redesign in order to identify the clients’ wish to open up the area, to wind the outer landscape which results in an extensive spacious space marshaled with light.
Along with the airy modern living room that flows into a contemporary dining area and a minimalist kitchen with 2 white glass sliding doors that can be closed off, a continuing flow of living spaces was formed. The simple interior design gets a comfortable ambience through its stylish decoration in a single seamless cohesive color setting.
To achieve multiple aspects within image frame-like black borders, the windows were precisely opened up and the interior scheme was reassessed.
Found everywhere in the house to form a separation between ceiling hems, fixtures, and floors, the color synchronized LED strip lighting sets off the fitted units that seem to float, to exaggerate perspective and depth.
Together with the central kitchen island in clean white corian worktop, the spacious kitchen cupboards create a practical area from the minimalist décor.
There is also a wall mounted sanitary ware, supplemented by spacious storage cabinets to exploit all the spaces available in the bath. In a hallway that appears in the same way as a gallery, the backlit-printed Plexiglas panels are adorning the whole schemes in red and white.