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LofThai: Minimalism Enriched by Inspiration from the Orient

For some reason, every time we stumble upon a gorgeous apartment from Kiev, it seems to be a space that embraces black and darker shades gleefully. This definitely is different from trends elsewhere where most modern apartments opt for more relaxing, neutral backdrops with white being the dominant hue. Maybe there is something ever so sophisticated in the air of Kiev! LofThai is another such gorgeous contemporary apartment that combines this air of refinement with elements and décor borrowed from Thai culture to create a stunning fusion between the west and the east.

The office apartment was designed by Soesthetic Group, and one can notice inspiration from the Far East in every nook and corner of the home almost instantly. Black is the color of choice in the living room, with wooden surfaces adding inviting warmth and textural contrast. A live-edge coffee table and work table made from a 250-year-old oak tree provide the standout pieces that hold their own in the stylish interior. A projector and screen provide the entertainment needs here, while a sleek, contemporary fireplace elevates the cozy appeal of the open plan living area.

Move past the living room, and it is the bedroom that captivates you with its exquisite design that is once again based in minimalist principles borrowed from Thai culture. This contemporary reinterpretation of classic elements leaves you with a bed on the floor, in-ground lighting, a tufted accent wall and sculptural brilliance, creating a Zen-style ambiance. Completing the apartment is a modern kitchen, a relaxing bathroom, a spacious wardrobe, a laundry room, and a lovely dining area – an office apartment with an inimitable personality!

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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