Fresh and modern, the interior of this apartment located in the historical city of Bojnice, Slovakia surprises you with both, its warmth and a clean design line. Designed by RULES Architekti and defined by comfort and spaciousness, the place is, in fact, the result of a merger between two smaller apartments. With a wide living room and a terrace overlooking the city, the apartment was designed to fit the tastes of the owner, who wanted a place that breathes, uncluttered and at the same time, with minimal requests for maintenance. The day-zone (comprising the living room, the dining area and the kitchen) is envisioned as one unitary space.
Wood is quite present and it adds a sense of warmth. The living room area boasts two black fabric sofas adorned with white detailing. The coffee tables completing the décor contrast with the dark couches. This entire “section” is placed on a rectangular-shaped wooden surface. The interior simply opens to the outdoor environment through a wide terrace with a matching wooden “carpet”. Long dark curtains add a sense of privacy when needed. In terms of colours, black, white, silver and wood-like nuances are dominant. The strange mix of wood, lacquered surfaces and stainless steel confer to this place that modern feel. This is definitely one of the best interiors discovered so far in Slovakia!