The second condo conversion in Washington DC by Four Brothers Carpentry.
The second condo may be geographically close to the first, but the style is much different. While the first was industrial, this condo is airy and bright, with a lot of bright colors contrasted with stark white.
Like its neighbor, the Adrienne condo aims for sleek, clean lines while still preserving the integrity of the original building, including the natural pine-heart flooring and several of the original brick walls.
The Adrienne condo, while having similar elements to its more industrial neighbor, retains its sense of separation from the other condo through a sleek and gorgeous design.
We hope you enjoy the second part of this gallery and come away with inspiration for your own home, condo or apartment.
The bright living room has a lounge situated in a small alcove surrounded by windows, making it a perfect spot to bask in the sunshine.
Like its neighbor, the Adrienne condo’s main living space is open, with access to the kitchen and dining room coming off the main hallway entrance.
This bathroom combines a dark wood vanity with a simple sink and faucet with a large seamless mirror. An old wood ladder is repurposed as a towel rack.
A shorter glass door encloses the white tile shower with built-in cubbies. Around the corner is a walk-in closet.
The walk-in closet has plenty of custom shelving for storage, and a wicker basket for laundry.
The first bedroom, around the corner from the bathroom and walk-in closet, mixes dark and light wood in the furniture. The original brick wall acts as an accent.
Another view of the bedroom shows the long hallway leading off to the left and the light pine hardwood flooring.
A small office nook is brightened by climbing vines in the window.
The light flooring leads into dark hardwood flooring in the second bathroom, which matches the dark wood vanity. The shower and tub stall is white subway tile broken up by a small amount of blue and brown tile in a bar and in a small cubby.
The second bedroom is minimalist in design, with sleek white night stands. The all white room makes the blue bedding and rug the focal point of the room.
From this angle the dual windows are more visible, as is the secondary door to the bathroom.
A third bathroom is more rustic in design, with a solid wood beam vanity and a vessel sink.
The sleek kitchen combines light wood cabinetry with bright white glossy countertops. Gray subway tiles make up the backsplash.
Another view of the kitchen reveals the dining table off to the left. Brighter colors in the rugs and greenery liven up the space.
The gorgeous living room is both functional and chic, combining a rustic coffee table with pristine white modern furniture.
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