Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 16:29:05 PM
Just steps from the Prado beaches of Marseille in France, Architect Maurice Padovani created a livable and stylish home for a young family. The renovated space is light, airy and comfortable, with plenty of high-design touches. The home was actually a small unit next to a stable that the family had refashioned in three phases.
The shower area of bathroom is separated by no single full wall. Toward the bedroom, the wall has an opening and a floating vanity separates the shower area from the rest of the space. The toilet area is private and is located behind the shower wall. The arrangement takes advantage of the one window in the shower, which lets in some natural light. Otherwise, the color palette is dark and wood-focused, including the flooring. Large, horizontal tiles give the shower a substantial look compared the appearance that smaller tiles would create.
In addition to a simplification of the overall floor plan, the designers also made some structural and functional changes. One of the bedrooms became the new living room and the kitchen and hallway were turned into an open social space. The entryway/ foyer was replaced by a cleverly hidden storage area under the staircase. The walls throughout the apartment are either white or a soft pastel color and the overall decor is a bright, open and airy one.
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