The images in this post are of a Ukrainian apartment.
The image is actually a guest house. Kaeel Group provided with the architect for this design.
Not just the angles, but also the surface of this house are totally white and a hint of silver as well. overall, it provides a very paramount feel.
Small items such as the metallic variant of the coffee table placed at a perfect place, just the same height as the sofa, which is totally painted in gray .
Even the light fixtures in the main room are cleverly white, giving otherwise modern and whimsical designs a more muted appearance that fits with the interior.
The surfaces and angles of this dreamy white and silver apartment are paramount to its overall feel. Something as simple as the metallic coffee table sitting just exactly as high as the soft gray sofa creates long, languorous lines that make the entire space feel open, airy, and comfortable.
The second space comes from designer Sergey Harneko and while it does not use nearly as much white as the first, it uses a preponderance of white to offset the other colors in the design, especially green.
Green accents from the wall art to the area rug to various plants sprouting around the space give it a very lively feel. A deep and soft navy blue sofa brings a water element into the sunny space and makes the white walls really pop.
In the dining room, we can again see the impact of light fixtures against a white backdrop. Here, a truly unique sculptural piece hangs over the table in place of a more traditional chandelier. However, the plants on the table and windowsill balance the fixture so it draws the eye without taking over the room.
The bedroom uses more green than white, but tones it down, almost appearing to mix the brighter greens of the living room with the white wall paint. The result is a cozy room that feels like spring, no matter what the weather.
The final apartment comes from architect and designer Kaschuk Kostya. It uses white in a more traditional way, namely to offset a few exposed brick elements. This contrast makes the space feel modern while still giving a nod to the original architecture of its building.
Recessed lighting makes it feel as though it is always sunny inside the room, reflecting softly off so many white surfaces and really opening up the space.
Of course, anyone who lives in this lovely high rise space will want to invest in a good cleaning person because no amount of caution will keep this luscious white sofa clean for long.
The look of all these furniture provides a very comfortable look to all the guests.
The second image is of the designer Sergey Harneko and it has an offset white color with the use of contrasting colors such as green which are implemented in the design.