In terms of ordinary living spaces this apartment by Incorporated Architecture & Design ticks off all the customary boxes. Kitchen? Check. Dining room? Family Room? Check? Plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms? Check and check. But one look at these stunning photos and it’s clear that the realization of Incorporated’s vision is anything but ordinary. Every room has a very distinct personality ranging from bold and modern to fun and playful, from muted and earthy to funky and retro.
The family room’s bright blue built-in shelving along the length of one entire wall beautifully showcases what this space is all about – family. Framed artwork from the littlest residents claims its rightful place in the heart of the home.
And if there’s any doubt that the pint-sized family members are the focus, all you need to do is set your eyes on the not one, but TWO indoor play houses to be convinced. Though they may have been designed for the kiddies, the child in us would have no trouble getting curled up with a good book in either one.
The children’s bedrooms are just as fun as the playhouses. Here you will find mini-lofts with curious cutouts in the boys’ room and an elaborate 3-dimensional carved wooden tree reaching down from the ceiling in the girls’. And the nursery has sweet wall renderings that perfectly accent the delicate space.
Though the other rooms in the home are decidedly more grownup, they all have unique design elements that add visual interest and warmth. There’s a bright and whimsical backsplash above the stove in the kitchen, a chalkboard wall in the office nook, and a headboard in the master bedroom that looks more like a pair of antique doors.
Everywhere you turn you will find wonderful surprises that bring the home to life and will no doubt have you “ooohing” and “aaaahing” as we were. Incorporated calls this their “Bohemian” apartment, but we think “Brilliant” is just as fitting a description. Check out our photo gallery below and we think you’ll agree.
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