Welcome to our gallery featuring the elegantly modern Vivulskio Street Apartment by InArch.
This striking contemporary creation comes clad in a unique mixture of traditional materials and futuristic textures.
As with some of our favorite homes, the experience is exceedingly memorable.
Built and completed in Vilnius, Lithuania in 2015, this apartment is filled with personality and bursting with intricate detail. Over its 75 square meter floor plan, an exciting combination of colors, materials, and textures craft an intricate dance.
The home was designed as a heavily Scandinavian-inspired setting for a young family. Aside from providing modern amenities and conveniences, the design aimed to juxtapose striking but subtle colors and materials against each other.
The first thing you’ll notice is the wide open floor plan and spare sense of decoration; there’s an abundance of intricate detail, but each element is spaced widely from one another, leaving room to move and breathe.
The contemporary furnishings stand mostly in neutral tones, but occasionally burst with subtle color. This is set against a backdrop mostly consisting of bright whites and rich natural wood.
The open design of the home makes for a sprawling centerpiece room, combining living room, dining, and kitchen functions. Sleek white cabinetry meets light hardwood flooring, with carefully selected contemporary furniture pieces throughout.
One of the most striking details within the home is the use of bold geometric patterns laid over much of the flooring and walls, with cubic designs spreading organically on various surfaces.
This textural splash helps elevate the home beyond other similarly appointed contemporary homes.
Photography: Leonas Garbačauskas
Here we see the large central open plan room at the heart of the home, with contemporary living room furniture taking the stage. To the right, the kitchen functions line up along the wall with glossy white cabinetry.
The bright yellow chair offers a burst of color amidst the palette of neutral tones filling out the home. It’s a color that returns in subtle instances throughout. Full height windows, shaded by curtains here, offer an abundance of natural light.
Viewed from the dining area of the room, we see one of the many instances of unique geometric decals on the floor. This helps define the dining area. Also note the splashes of bold yellow on a pair of the dining chairs and the flowers.
Here’s a more direct look at the kitchen, from across the living room area. We see a low natural wood shelf behind the sofa, and the array of sleek white cabinetry over the natural wood backsplash of the kitchen.
From directly above, we can truly appreciate the cubic decals on the dining room floor, wrapping the eating area and making a visual connection to the sleekly metallic lighting.
Here’s another vertical take on the open plan living and dining room, showcasing the edge of the cubic decal and the rich wood of the sofa-backed shelving.
The open strip of natural wood ceiling panels leads toward the hallway, with its flooring covered in more geometric decals. To the right, more subtly built-in storage options appear in white.
The private areas of the home feature a more subtly contemporary design, with large mirrors and light grey walls complementing the white palette.
In the main hall here, we see a large wood paneled wall with built-in drawers in sleek white. Details like this offer both an aesthetic advantage and utility to spare.
The home office is awash in storage and shelving options, with cabinetry and open cupboards covering an entire wall. The built-in desk meets a countertop and natural wood “backsplash” while a singular blue chair and blanket offer a small burst of color.
This modern minimalist futon brings a load of comfort and style to the home office room. Above is a unique modern sconce, appearing as a pair of circles glowing on the wall.
The master bedroom is rife with detail, from the gently curved headboard wall to the pair of pendant lights hanging above. A nickel-toned bedside table complements the subtle color palette.
The bathroom is a subtle riot of textures, with the hardwood flooring meeting triangular patterned walls, glowing blue tile, and a floating vanity in white. The all-glass walk in shower fills in the entire end of the room.
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