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Before and after: A love nest in the Italian region of Apulia

Before and after: A love nest in the Italian region of Apulia

Pierluigi Percoco

Living as a couple can be one of the most beautiful experiences of life… or not. Success depends on many factors, but Having a cozy house adapted to common needs is undoubtedly a great start. Before becoming the flirtatious house that is currently, this 125 square meter apartment located in Bari was far from the definition "love nest". And is that, despite having spacious rooms, with high ceilings and long corridors, the decoration of the house was dated, as taken from a seventies movie (you can check it out below).

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Its owners, a young couple who wanted to conceive the home of their dreams, contacted the B + P Architecture Studio, by Alessia Bettazzi and Pierluigi Percoco, to make it a reality.

The project opted for a comprehensive reform of all environments, creating new spaces that are more in line with the lifestyle of young people.

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In the receiver a large closet next to an empty furniture pockets made with backlit boxes.

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On the other hand, and as a way to honor the Apulia region, the walls of the design hall open concept they were painted in an olive green tone. On this neutral background, the intense colors of the furniture stand out, such as the table and the details of the bookcase.

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The kitchen now has polished wood doors and hidden handles in a light tone that brings a lot of light. The black countertop contrasts with the tile front, decorated with a simple and elegant mosaic.

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Access to the master bedroom is done through an original lacquered door. Once inside, the room sports a calm color range, with gray tones, one of the couple's favorite colors.

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Bed wall, lit with effect wash-wall, It has two camouflaged doors that give way to a large dressing room.

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In the bathrooms, thanks to a study of lighting on ceramic tiles, the three-dimensionality of the tiles is exalted. Another highlight is the faucet Roadster Accent designed by Cisal Rubinetteria.

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