With warm neutral tones, a nature-inspired design, and a simplistic New York flare, this Soho apartment interior design by Natalia Neverko is the ideal living space for a traveling couple.
Warmer materials such as wood, leather sitting chairs, a fabric sofa, and more were used to relay a soft and relaxing feeling into the open spaced living room. “We opened up the area and connected the living room to the dining room for one big open space concept,” said Neverko. This concept allowed a simplistic, yet modern setting complemented by natural light.
The kitchen was also remodeled for a larger space complementing the wood floors, modern Flom lamps, and natural calacatta marble which is used on the backsplash and the large island creating a seamless transition.
“Throughout this apartment I wanted to use the same Italian very high-end material [calacatta marble]” said Neverko, which also reflects in the master bathroom.
The bathroom showcases the unique Italian calacatta marble, which comes in a slab as opposed to the typical tile. Neverko remodeled the bathroom to have an open concept by removing the existing walls and replacing them with “invisible” walls separated between the toilet and the shower.
In completion, the overall design left the clients overwhelmed with joy with their new modern elements, open space, and natural light creating the ultimate inviting apartment.
Photos courtesy of Natalia Neverko