Enjoy rich textures and dark textile accents, retro hints and rustic elements arranged with contemporary fines and purity? Well, this project is just for you then.
The project whimsically called Reforma al Gotic features an exquisite richness of textures, rustic and ethno hints, some surprisingly modern and fashionable elements and warm natural color and materials selection. And as it is customary for all projects carried out by renown designer Marta Castellano the textures from the whitewashed brick structures to the smooth wood, glazed tiles, and focally intriguing textiles – all compose a characteristic and expressive ambiance with inviting and organic emanation.
The main living zone presents us an open plan exposition of a kitchen, dining and living areas all decided in the trendy and elegant triumvirate of colors white, black and gray; a composition underlined by fresh greens and natural wood elements.
Vintage pieces of wooden furniture correspond beautifully with some of the architectural features left exposed- like the wooden ceiling beams, the windows wooden shutters and the brick walls that leak into hand glazed tile rim – a very trendy and artistic combination.
Inviting gray textiles offer a warm and cozy touch to the purity of white, black and caramel wood color selection. In the living area, trendy soft coach in gray is arranged in front of modern art mural – its fragmented pattern corresponds nicely with the scratchy like surfaces and textures used by the designers throughout the apartment.
The bedroom premises also offer an inviting and stylish ambiance that deserves special attention. Here, the very modern in the last years’ approach of open plan exposition between, bathroom and bedroom is used in a way that inspires romantic and nostalgic sensations. It may be the luminosity of the bathtub area arranged in front of the windows, it may be the retro elements of the decor composition or the lion bathtub legs – but the picturesque arrangement is quite catching.
Gray linen curtains separate a special niche in the custom-made cabinetry wall that gives privacy and seclusion to the toilet corner. Quite a dynamic and charming composition. Photographer: Davide Pellegrini