A project by Fertility Design.
This is a home of a professional chef trained in Le Cordon Blue. It is hard to pinpoint a particular style to describe the space, as there are influences of contemporary, vintage and French country flair seen in this Taichung apartment. The result is an eclectic and relaxing space for this family of five.
The living room alone has many points of interest. A jewel blue wingback armchair, red faux brick wall throw in some retro feel to the space.
One of the walls at the entrance hallway was painted blue, to visually connect to the living room. I like how the pale wood coffee tables of different shapes are nestled together with the blue vintage trunk.
The walls of the bedroom beside the living area were torn down to create an open study area. Separating the two zones is a standalone TV unit-cum-bookshelves anchored by a large slab of cedar wood. The shelves facing the study area provide practical storage to the many cookbooks of the homeowner. What a pretty piece here!
The study area is clad in tiles that look like concrete walls to create a bit of an industrial style. And the chesterfield sofa – perfect spot to read a book or sipping a glass of whisky here.
Concrete-looking wall tiles were used from the study area all the way to the dining room. However the space doesn’t look too cold, due to the use of vintage French country pieces, and the white stained oak dining set here.
Wood strips were used to cover the ceiling at slanted angle to create a cottagey feel to the bedroom.
Images via Gorgeous Space