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The colours we choose for our interiors can say a lot about our personalities: Dark, sombre and serious, vivid and vivacious, a monochrome minimalist. This 146 square metre home in Kyiv, Ukraine, is filled with a bright and playful palette that vibes with quirky displays of modern art. Designer Nadya Chabannaya has used green, blue, pink & yellow accent decor to energise kids’ rooms and adult living spaces alike. Common accent shades thread through each area but appear original and exciting as they’re used in new and eye catching ways. A cool grey backdrop softly soothes the space around punchy accent pieces, creating a balanced and harmonious scheme.

Photographer: Yevhenii Avramenko  

Panel molding adds character to a pure white TV wall, to pull it forward into a room of eye catching pink, blue and green accents.

A modular sofa sets down a royal blue anchor in the lounge. A taupe throw pulls the statement piece together with light wood tone elements in the room.

A Tom Ford coffee table book accessorises the round coffee table, which contrasts darkly upon a natural woven rug.

Chevron wood flooring adds subtle contemporary pattern to the room. A plant stand on legs gives indoor plants an elegant boost.

Tall green kitchen cabinets separate the living room from the home entryway to create a useful hallway. A pink accent chair challenges the kitchen’s bright saturation.

Modern art makes a quirky splash of colour over a chic entryway bench.

A velvety black throw and a decorative tray make a cosy feature on the hallway seat.

A suspension light with planter complements the green colourway of the kitchen.

The solid green L-shaped kitchen makes a colourblocked corner in the open plan living room.

A pale wood tone kitchen island and pink bar stools lift and lighten the green dominant scheme.

The softly curved spouts of the kitchen taps complement the rounded silhouette of the globe pendant lights.

A pale concrete backsplash and countertop sit back in the scheme, allowing the brighter moments to shine.

Decorative vases and trays meld with the kitchen’s grey background.

See more ideas for eye catching kitchen bar stools here.

A deep lipstick pink console unit matches the curve of the living room window wall.

A round dining table slots smoothly into the semi-circular augmentation of the room. Grey Gubi Beetle chairs complement the curved aesthetic.

Tiered dining room pendant lights are strung like pearls over the eating spot.

On top of the rich coloured console table, a large glass vase adds height to the dining room. Circular marble wall sconces dot the space around it.

Natural accessories make tasteful table decorations.

As we enter the master bedroom, we’re met by a scene of mustard yellow bedside drawer units and a muted pink accent pillow. The contrasting colour combination makes an unusual modern statement.

A minimalist modern wall sconce can be directed over the small side table or over the headboard for reading.

A spherical pendant light makes a more decorative addition to the other bedside. See more ideas for modern bedroom pendant lights here.

Black bordered cushions sharpen the bed set. A woven tray complements the waffle weave bed cover.

Pink and blue pastels compete with deep mustard decor in the modern kid’s room. Chequered pattern and curved motifs making an exciting play environment.

A cute bunny themed kid’s chair pulls up at a kid’s table with matching dipped feet.

The Tolemeo lamp adds a dark accent to the kids workspace. A spare Gubi Beetle chair from the dining room makes a stylish desk chair.

Stuffed animals make a fun wall display by the floating desk and baby blue bookcase.

A floating balloon lamp makes a whimsical reading light over the window bench. Storage drawers utilise the space beneath the bench and the bunk bed.

A dedicated home office is flooded with shades of purple, blue and yellow decor. Circular wall art pulls all of the colourful accents together.

Wooden closets stow away office supplies. A double headed floor lamp sports a matching wooden stand.

A light blue desk melds with identical hued wall paint. The striking designer table lamp design is a Tizio.

Colour coordinated storage systems are revealed inside the office cabinets.

The master bedroom has its own enclosed balcony space, which has been repurposed as a reading nook. A mid century modern chair and side table gather on a geometric floor.

A Bauhaus print adds an interesting designer touch alongside twin tinted glass vases.

The dimensions of the walk in closet are visually expanded with a pitch black and pistachio green interior.

Blue geometric bathroom tiles clad the side of the bathtub and the wet wall of the family bathroom.

A white modern bathroom vanity pales into a wall of white mosaic effect tiles, which allows a bright multicoloured floor treatment to take the spotlight.

This darker bathroom scheme has a more luxurious atmosphere, derived from black marble wall tiles and a jade green vanity unit.

A deep framed vanity mirror projects from the marbled wall. A unique bathroom faucet draws an angular arc over an integrated green sink.

The floor plan better illustrates the beautiful curve of the dining area behind the lounge, and the added balcony space on the master bedroom. We can also see the copious amount of closet space in the apartment.

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