There will be the time when we call it quits on something, and then move on for something new. For architect Dimitar Karanikolov from firm Meshroom and interior designer Veneta Niklova, their time has come. After spending years of career on their respective field, giving real pleasure of living in a nice and beautiful home to their clients, now they make something for themselves. With knowledge and skills in their respective expertise, a wonderful attic apartment filled with custom furniture is a pleasant thing to see. You can go through this article to see how the pair make it happens.
It seems like both Dimitar Karanikolov and Veneta Niklova love a bit old school style living, which does not show much comforts offered by the latest technology. They want to show that modest can be stylish too. We can see this on the upper level of their apartment. It looks aesthetically appealing with its old fashion style.
The sizeable black box that is standing in the middle of the room becomes the biggest custom part of the project. We might not figure out that it is the apartment’s bathroom. Coated with dark concrete panels, this black box appears as if it is the original part of the building.
The couple then completed the apartment with a creatively designed storage that offers plenty space at each of its side. Lending the shape of a vintage suitcase, the storage is divided into 2 parts. We can use the outer part of it as an open-air coat closet, while the inside serves as a wardrobe. Another beautiful piece of furniture found in the apartment is the coffee table that takes a shape of a suitcase and works for storing blankets and other comforts.
In order to improve privacy, this apartment has aluminum planters to protect the dwellers’ privacy while also serve as additional exterior ornament. It also has a guest bedroom, bathing area completed with an in-floor bathtub on the second floor near the curving roof. A narrow outdoor deck capped the project. Dwellers can use it as outdoor storage or just for the spot to enjoy the afternoon.