This modern penthouse apartment isn’t like any other. Established inside a converted church, this stylish modern place maintains the original construction while establishing both comfortable and spacious living area.
The converted old church transformed into a modern penthouse apartment here offers you a great reference on how to create a both stylish and comfortable living area
Entering this penthouse apartment in church, you’ll be greeted by its light and airy atmosphere, mostly thanks to the open floor plan in the main living space that connects living, dining, and kitchen zones, in addition to the high ceiling. The creamy white paint color helps create the brightness, while the generous use of wooden element boosts the atmosphere for a sense of warmth. As you can see, there’s a wood and glass staircase that leads to the mezzanine bedroom.
The mezzanine master bedroom proves a smart choice for this penthouse apartment in church, showing a way to make the most of the extra vertical space. The bedroom ceiling is painted in white with seamless lighting plan, with a skylight to let the sunshine enter the room. Following the modern core, the bedroom also shows its simplicity.
Meanwhile, as you enter the small bathroom, you will be introduced to the gorgeous concrete element forming this space without abandoning the modern interior flair. At the same time, the bathroom wood accents enhance the mood of the space. We especially admire the ceiling design, allowing this windowless bathroom in this penthouse apartment in church maintain the brightness so it doesn’t end up looking dull or dark. Plus, you may also notice how the frameless vanity mirror in this bathroom with tub reflects the light for the same purpose.
This penthouse apartment bathroom with tub in church also appeals us with its cool simple bathtub design. The clean, sharp lines forming this modern space blends gorgeously with its concrete wall paneling, where a recess is created to serve as a spot to contain the bathroom essentials, keeping them within the reach as you’re soaking yourself inside the tub. The alcove is so simple, yet the design allows this extra storage to maintain the room’s seamless design. Well, rather than installing a cabinet that looks bulky, this seems the best choice, right?
Going back downstairs, we will be greeted once again by the open and spacious interior of the main living space, despite the lack of window installed for this penthouse apartment in church. As you approach the dining area, you will find the unique architectural structure forming the slanting ceiling, which also serves as a skylight to bring in the natural light. This shows you how maintaining the original structure of an old building is never a bad idea, even though you may pursue something more modern for the interior. Plus, we really love the dining furniture. The modern mid-century style blends wonderfully with its surroundings, while serving as a focal point in this minimalist, open space.
Meanwhile, in the kitchen, a hint of rustic vibe will welcome you through the use of wooden paneling covering the kitchen cabinet and island. At the same time, the glossy stainless steel kitchen counters bring the industrial flair. And this combination really is awe-striking, especially with the concrete wall popping out in this place too, establishing a distinct visual impression.
The ceiling lighting is as seamless as the rests of this penthouse apartment in church, and we especially love the under-cabinet lighting to prevent the dark corner from creating in this windowless kitchen. The modern touch, emphasizing on simplistic and minimalistic flair, creates a truly enchanting visual appeal while focusing this penthouse apartment on its comfort and practicality as a living place. Plus, the meeting of wooden texture and concrete element in a place where white dominates shows a way to boost both aesthetics and ambience.