The primary space measures 50 square meter and was highlighted in the PINWIN rivalry for engineers, originators, and decorators. Here, the creator decided to highlight various examples all through the home, beginning with a brilliant triangular red divider plan that is quickly noticeable from the portal. This example makes a topic for the kitchen, which includes the same intense red in the icebox and goes about as a reciprocal accent to the yellow seats and divider craftsmanship.
The living room/bedroom area has its own pattern, here carved into a natural wood paneling which is a more calming option for relaxing and sleeping.
The next space uses a green diamond harlequin pattern on its chosen accent wall. It stands out easily from otherwise neutral options including sleek wood flooring, white painted brick and white cabinetry. It also creates almost a camouflage for the wall mounted television since the eye is drawn away from it immediately.
The pattern choices in this next space are even more outlandish, though in entirely unique ways. In the kitchen area, a busy Scandinavian tiled look would be overpowering if it were done in any color other than a neutral grayish blue. A bright green shag rug and sharply pointed light fixtures add a bit of texture to the small space as well.
In the final space, pattern is created purely with texture rather than color. Dividing rooms is key in a studio and here the designer has actually built a dividing wall that goes floor to ceiling. Rather than use a solid structure, the cut out element keeps air and light flowing while bringing in a bit of creative pattern as well.