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White, Light and Mirrors Can Transform and Expand Space

White and mirrors can transform and expand space - apartment in Rostov on Don - HomeWorldDesign (8)

At the first sight, the white walls, white furniture and white light, plus the magical effect of the mirrors and glazed surfaces make difficult to define the real size of this apartment in Rostov on Don, Russia. The light and white color included in an irregular plan by ceilings and walls transform and expand the space beyond the physical limits.

The excess of white is balanced by the designer Anna Shemuratova by using eco-natural materials such as wood and stone river. The sources of light through their organic form are a warm presence in the general atmosphere of the rooms. An interesting material, respectively, ceramic granite with a natural pattern embossed was used for a wall in the living room and kitchen. The dining room, kitchen and living room constitute a unique studio space.

White and mirrors can transform and expand space - apartment in Rostov on Don - HomeWorldDesign (9)

The bedroom is not very big but it is comfortable, and the wall from the head of the bed has a plaster cast that makes you think of the calm and quiet waves of a river. One of the walls from the bathroom is made of round river stones and another one is made of semi-opaque glass through which a stream of water flows into the cascade.

The glass wall refreshed by the jet of water conceptually connects the bathroom and living room. The brightness and luminosity of the space, the presence of the natural elements and textiles in the decor, attract attention and ease on the eye in the apartment arranged by Anna Shemuratova.

White, light and mirrors can transform and expand space - apartment in Rostov on Don - HomeWorldDesign (10)

White, light and mirrors can transform and expand space - apartment in Rostov on Don - HomeWorldDesign (1)

White and mirrors can transform and expand space - apartment in Rostov on Don - HomeWorldDesign (7)

living room, Anna Shemuratova

living area, Anna Shemuratova

White and mirrors can transform and expand space - apartment in Rostov on Don - HomeWorldDesign (11)

White and mirrors can transform and expand space - apartment in Rostov on Don - HomeWorldDesign (12)

bedroom, Anna Shemuratova

kitchen, Anna Shemuratova

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bathroom, Anna Shemuratova

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