Welcome to our gallery featuring the boldly dramatic Casa GR project by Buratti Architetti.
This interior redesign project creates a strikingly unique mix of modern and classic design.
The integrity of the original woodwork and details of the apartment – crown molding, wood floors, pocket doors – was kept intact and expanded upon with touches of sleek modern design and bold color choices.
A few of the key features of the design are the red accent wall separating the kitchen from the dining room, the stunning chandelier suspended over the dining room table, and large bold wall art throughout the apartment.
A patterned tile floor was kept intact in the sitting room/office of the home and expanded upon through a use of natural wood and green accents, breaking up the overall decor of the space.
Another showcase piece of this design is the use of shimmering, transparent pink doors between the office and the dining room. These captivating doors add a subtle touch of color to the space without overwhelming the visual created by the two room separately.
The visual of the bright red accent wall bisected from behind by the textured black backsplash of the kitchen is a creative design choice to balance the use of the white in the room and keep the red wall from dominating the entire space.
Though seemingly compact, the high ceilings throughout the apartment help to keep the space from feeling tight or crushing.
We hope that you enjoy this peek at the rest of the gallery!
Here is a view through the French doors into the dining room. The entire apartment is done up in bright white, sleek black, and bold red accents.
The dining room features a beautiful, solid, dark wood round table with matching modern chairs and the bold red accent wall. The striking chandelier over the table is a gorgeous addition to the room and the herringbone floors are used throughout the apartment.
Behind the red wall is the sleek, streamlined modern kitchen. Soft perimeter lighting above the cabinets illuminates the high ceiling and fills the narrow space with an ambient light. A textured black backsplash creates lovely contrast against the white cabinetry.
To the left of the dining room, through the transparent pink doors is the office and sitting room. A ridged wooden screen creates a place of privacy from the rest of the room while a patterned tile floor creates a bit of change from the rest of the home.
A peek around the screen reveals the small sitting area complete with a small TV and monochromatic, midcentury modern chairs, fitting of the decor through the apartment.
Behind the screen is a small, glass-top desk for a quiet place to work or read. The daring wall art brings a new color into the mix but dominates with the red accent theme.
Back through the pink doors is the dining room and the French doors to the living room area. Subtle patterns in trim can be seen across the ceiling at this angle.
Another view of the living room, from here the delicate yet striking wall art is visible, as well as the roughly textured and angular furniture pieces seen below the picture.
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