MID-CENTURY MODERN CONDO
We were instantly drawn to the architecture of this building, an iconic mid-century modern condominium with exposed block, floor to ceiling windows and bright green front doors. A few of the standout design elements here are the terrazzo floors, sculptural wall of tile in the kitchen and the creative use of space in the bathroom. We love how this floor tile selection instantly draws you into the space, it feels sophisticated, yet playful. We upgraded the kitchen with a new focal wall tile, which we completely wrapped into the window. This tile created a full 3-dimensional feature wall in a pop of color. In order to warm up the kitchen, we brought in rift oak floating shelves and added integrated lighting for a calming feel. We chose to run the main floor tile into the shower and up the shower walls. The previous bathroom was a tub/shower combination, so we demoed the tub, created a curbless shower with a linear drain and relocated the shower valve for easy on-off access. To create storage in the shower, we built the shower wall out into a linear niche and then carried the lines of the niche across the entire bathroom. By continuing this line, the bathroom feels much larger. The bottom of the shower niche aligns with the countertop and the top of the shower niche is continued by a custom powdercoated shelf and mirror medicine cabinet. We chose an asymmetrical light with a red perforated metal shade and globe to standout against the neutral tones. We finished the space off with undercabinet lighting underneath the floating cabinet.