This minimalist apartment was made of two smaller ones united and designed as a whole, with style and chic
Minimal Mine is a renovation project of Ukrainian interior design firm ZOOI. The designers merged two apartments – a one-bedroom and a three-bedroom – to create a comfortable, yet modern home for a couple with children, who longed for a minimalist space that was packed with function and is filled with natural light and views of the big city.
The kitchen, dining room, and living room were combined to form a larger, open space but with an oversized sofa creating some delineation. A cozy palette of neutrals fills the public spaces with hints of color speckled throughout. The designers’ sketches were translated into these decorative wall panels that mimic rough stone. A bright blue armchair that was custom made for this project pops in front of the charcoal gray panels.
The master bedroom is essentially four spaces in one – a bedroom, bathroom, closet, and office. A glass partition is used to provide separation between the bed and the workspace with a sliding curtain to offer additional privacy. A large glass window allows for a view into the shower filling it with light and making the bedroom design more playful. The children’s rooms are where the project really comes alive with sunny yellow accents, rock climbing walls, and chalkboards. The rooms are minimalist yet enlivened with some bright and cheerful decor that makes kids happy.
The kitchen and dining space are done in light-colored wood and dark greys for a contrast
There's also a bar counter, which can be used as a kitchen island and a breakfast nook
The large sofa serves a natural space divider, which separates but not too much
The living space is done with minimalist furniture, catchy stone-imitating wall panels and a bright blue chair for a colorful touch
Such touches of color here and there make the spaces more interesting and bold
The storage spaces are hidden behind the doors to declutter the spaces as much as possible
The master bedroom is a large space made up of four parts, a bedroom, a bathroom, a closet and an office
The bedroom is separated from the rest of the spaces with glass partitions
It features only a large bed and a floating vanity windows to fill it with light
A bright purple chair is a great colorful touch to enliven the space
Here's an entrance to the shower with transparent glass
The chic wooden vanity is spruce dup with a copper sink and faucet
The master bathroom isn't large yet very comfy
The closet features everything necessary for storing clothes and shoes with style and lots of light
The home office shows off catchy purple chairs and unique arch hanging lamps
The first kid's room is done with a creative bed with a climbing net on top
There's a chalkboard wall for creative designs, a study space by the window
The second kid's room is similar, also done in grey and bright yellow, with a chalkboard wall and a study space
The kids' bathroom is done in black, white and bright turquoise to make it more welcomign for kids yet cheerful