Welcome to another fantastic gallery featuring another of PartiDesign‘s modern and minimalist homes.
We are proud to present the Longjiang Road House, an elegant example of how clean lines and organic materials can create a harmonious and functional family home.
On their surface, modern-style homes seem to be homes that are sleek, clean, pristine, and not necessarily friendly for the family. The lack of soft, sturdy furniture and easy-to-muss-up white surfaces seemed to be a clear indication that children and modern design don’t mix.
However, this cleverly designed home by PartiDesign disproves that assumption and demonstrates that modern design and family life can go hand in hand. There is room for children, and the traditional bright colors, soft toys, and mess that comes along with them in this fabulous modern design.
This open-concept home’s ergonomic design allows plenty of room to maneuver and minimal places to stub toes.
The main areas, the kitchen, dining room, and living room are awash in light natural wood, floor to ceiling, and the expansive seamless windows common to modern interior design.
The bedrooms, however, present a softer, more contemporary design. All together, the Zen design of this home creates a soothing, clean, and most importantly, livable space that we hope you will enjoy and will inspire you.
A sleek sliding glass door leads out onto the balcony, and minimalist white cabinets and countertops provide plenty of storage. Three pendant lights over the island and eat-in kitchen counter light the space.
A closer view of the kitchen island, highlighting the simplicity of the chairs and providing a better view of the door to the balcony.
A view from the kitchen into the living room, showing the expanse of natural light wood flooring and the change from white walls to a more industrial material.
A straight-on view of the kitchen, showing the open storage next to the bar, the stainless steel appliances and the differently shaped pendant lights.
From the kitchen island, a desk area with room for two computers and plenty of storage is built into the wall from natural wood. Recessed lighting above the desk provides illumination.
The natural wood floors continue down hallways to the left and right of the kitchen to the primary suite and children’s bedroom.
A sleek wooden side table can be slid closer to cover the arm of the couch. The black plush couch breaks up the hard lines present in the rest of the room.
Bulldog throw pillows, an elephant and a plush mushroom add color and personality to the pressed wood walls and hardwood floors.
The bulldog accent pillows make another appearance in the primary bedroom. A center wall separates the bed from a small desk and another door leading to the balcony.
The gray tile bathroom has the shower and bathtub enclosed in glass.
The bright children’s room is decorated with primary colors and various vinyl decals. A storage unit for toys is on the far wall under the window.
A close-up of the unique pillow alternative, which allows for personal preferences in height and depth of the pillow. Minimalist depictions of animals break up the white walls.
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