One of the most notable elements of this room however is the illuminated blue table which sheds an aquamarine glow on all surfaces close by. While something of this style would be more suited in a European discotheque than an aristocratic household it somehow fits beautifully.
A tour through Norwegian-based ceramic designer Silje Aune Eriksen’s beautiful residence showcases how one can add a sense of nostalgia and simplicity to modern design and interiors without going over the top. Simple shades soothing colors and sporadic presence of effervescent patterns make up this cool house and add to this warm and plush furnishing and you have a residence that is both unique and inspirational.
Unlike the modern minimalist trend this one is from an era where various shades and designs were used lavishly to create vibrant and cheerful interiors. And there is indeed nothing ‘neutral’ about the interiors here as each room seems to have its own distinctive personality and with even unusual décor like the brass pole in the kitchen and old record player that is showcased in the living room.
The buyer purchased two adjoining penthouse apartments which were then merged into one massive living and entertainment area covering a total of 958 square meters. In addition to the opulent apartments the occupant has full access to the apartment block’s other facilities including 25-meter pool gym massage sauna and steam room luxury 22-seat cinema conference room dry store and communal wine cellar. (more details)
The animal and bird figures and motifs also form part of the rooms as even the kitchen seems to follow a similar pattern. The arrangement of the rooms in certain angles puts forward a messed up look bringing in some snazzy charm.