Going for an African style is all about reconnecting with nature and its unadulterated magic. Unlike many other themes trying to add an African flavor to the room without using organic and sustainable materials is next to impossible.
While that is hardly surprising the owners of by KUBE Architecture in take it a step further by making their new ‘cook’s kitchen’ the focal point of their existing rowhouse makeover.
The new kitchen sitting on the ground floor acts as a bridge between the front guest lounge and the rear living area and dining space and is visually connected with the revamped rear garden.
Have you ever noticed how most of the design inspiration that is featured across the globe comes from two major geographical pockets? We often tend to reflect on largely western designs that owe their origin to the various European nations and their individual design styles or look towards the east for some exotic and enchanting ideas.
The color and style of brickwork can make a big difference in the overall appeal of the living room and in the case of most modern spaces painting them white is a safe and smart option. This keeps the backdrop distinctly neutral while adding texture to the room.
While furnishings crafted from natural fibers are great always anchor them with a plush couch in pristine white. For the bedroom think about fabric that is clean crisp and in single neutral tone (preferably white again).