The Queens Park residence by MCK Architects is a modern urban interior design which blends exposed concrete elements with warm wooden tones and contemporary furniture to create a harmonious and relaxing environment.
Throughout the home the concrete runs – from the staircase, in the bathroom and even the kitchen worktop. In the downstairs area, the living room and kitchen are connected in one open space, with the area opened up onto the patio and garden. Using black in the stairwell and the sofa, with the warm cherry colored flooring this ensures the rooms color tones are evenly balanced with the coolness of the concrete.
Leaving the concrete exposed in rooms opens up the possibility of a colder feel, perfect for interior designs in warmer climates. Yet, exposing the concrete even in homes in colder climates can still have such a dramatic effect if mixed with more warmer tones.