Aksel Apartment: Where Elegance and Comfort Converge
Discover the Aksel Apartment in Burgas, Bulgaria – a Think Forward creation of 2022, where luxury meets modernity. This spacious apartment merges two units into one, offering a large living room, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. Its design showcases a muted color scheme with high-quality materials like Lea Ceramiche stone, oak finishes, and walnut parquet. Standout features include frameless doors, bespoke furniture, and elegant lighting, all combining to create a sophisticated living experience.
About Aksel Apartment
Aksel Apartment: Merging Modernity and Luxury in Burgas
The Aksel project presents a modern apartment in a high-end residential building in Burgas, Bulgaria. This interior design project combines two adjacent apartments into one. It features a spacious living room, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
Timeless Design with a Muted Palette
The design approach embraces timeless elegance, showcased in a muted color scheme. It features stone claddings by Lea Ceramiche and Cotto d’Este, and oak finishes. Frameless ceiling-high doors complement the stone, wood, or Kourasanit-coated walls. The flooring options include large stone tiles by Cotto d’Este, walnut parquet (hardwood flooring), and soft light grey carpets. The sculpted furniture in the hallway, like the marble-gabbro mirror and Zimbabwe granite bench by Protoform, add a touch of sophistication.
Custom-made wardrobe handles and the sleek Shuriken table and shelving system by Protoform in the bedroom further enhance the decor. Notable lighting pieces include the Zero Round lamp by Panzeri in the living area, W181 Linier by Wastberg above the kitchen island, and the Jube lamp composition by Vistosi above the dining table, complemented by Bticino Living Now wiring devices.
This project skillfully blends modern design elements with luxurious materials, creating a living space that’s both elegant and comfortable. The Aksel Apartment stands as a testament to contemporary design excellence in Burgas, Bulgaria.
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