The concept of simplicity takes various forms and there are endless ways that architects and interior designers can express this idea. For this apartment from Moscow, Russia, the strategy chosen by Alexey Rozenberg is based on raw materials and gray tones.
Despite a general lack of color, the place doesn’t look dull or monotonous. Indeed, it has a lot of character. The gray interior is surprisingly lively and dynamic. Although all rooms are monochrome and basically have the same hues, they are individual even when they are part of an open floor plan. The apartment has 160 square meters of living space, all of which are finished with a range of raw materials that are masterfully toned down with a range of smooth and friendly surfaces and complemented by carefully selected textures and patterns. I love the use of wood to make the room warmer and cozier. The gray living room is simple and at the same time appears open and intimate.
Different shades of gray outline key elements throughout the interior design, and different areas are highlighted by different materials and finishes. The bedroom areas welcome warm wooden elements in their interior, which ultimately creates a very inviting and comfortable ambience. Take a look at these pictures and get inspired!