There was a time when bold color was hip and flowery patterns all the rage. Then came the 90’s that brought along with them the much-loved cubicle and modern design that relied largely on simple, straight lines along with colors like cream and beige. But the last decade saw a completely design and decorating direction take shape with gray heading the trends chart. If you thought that this was a passing fad, then you are probably both surprised and delighted by the long-lasting nature of gray as a hot neutral. Embracing this phenomenon along with the warmth of wood, the Grey & Wood Apartment in Prague delivers precisely what it promises!
Designed by OOOOX, this Czech apartment firmly avoids the use of bold colors as it only uses white and gray along with smart wooden accents and architectural features that anchor and delineate spaces. The living room floor plan is simple and uncomplicated with the kitchen and dining area finding space next to the living zone with ease. A large sectional in gray shares space along with the breakfast bar and the kitchen island of sorts even as metallic rods help shape a beautiful and unique open shelf that instantly steals the spotlight!
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Apart from the living room TV wall, a cozy nook in the corner, a reading space with sleek floor lamp and comfy chair along with the bedroom cabinets use wood in a light grain, making a big difference to the overall ambiance. Dashing pendants in black, nifty LED lighting and fabulous recessed lights complete a home…