From Dean Dowd on April 30, 2010 in General Remodel
An understated design for an overstated city
Its true, living in a spectacular big city means that your living space can get away with murder. Thats because a simple design leaves room for the city to do all the talking. Such is the case with this Paris apartment remodel by Phillipe Harden.
A dark hallway with only a few color touches gives off the subtle feel of a starlit night sky without being too foreboding.
And check out the kitchen it stays more than true to the minimalist mentality. In fact, it seems to take simple design to a whole new level. Dark walls make the tiny bursts of color that much more special.
This picture of the bedroom shows just a sneak peak of the beautiful stark-white crown molding that brings a classic touch.
The bathroom makes a return to modern with this boxy design. However, the faucet and showerhead seem to be placed in a bit of a precarious position. Oh, Europe
With significantly more personality than the other spaces, this sitting room has a faux fireplace and awesome lifelike stone cushions. It even manages to feel Parisian.
While the overall design may not scream comfort, Im sure the surroundings more than make up for it. Just a guess.