Taking a glance at this minimalist house design with integrated ceiling light, the very first impression you might have is gloomy. Or spooky, if you will. The house’s outer part is a bit scary since it uses charcoal grey to paint the concrete wall. This belongs to Haus SLM, a project created by archeuipe. The house itself is located in Solingen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It was not a new building. Instead, it is a renovated old building.
This is a two story building house. This minimalist house design ideas employ large glass panel serving as windows on every part of the room. This enables the natural light to comes inside the house. The house also has an outdoor corridor. This part is located along with the backyard. Therefore, you can walk on this part while enjoying the beautiful garden view. At night, the dark will be beaten by integrated ceiling light which will create a dramatic silhouette of your shadow.
In order to optimize the space, the interior designer tries to hide the essential furniture inside the wall. Take a look at the large column which is used to accommodate modern fireplace. If you open the wooden door, you would be able to find a wardrobe. Each room in this house is equipped with transparent glass doors. You can go from one room to another by using the inner door or the outer door.
Let’s take a look at the dining room. The kitchen supporting this room is hidden behind the wall. Meanwhile, the dining is located in the center part of the room. It has a long wooden table combined with dining chairs. Above this set, we can find two paper lanterns. In order to add appetite, the room employs red furniture serving as the eating utensils cabinet. Additionally, this minimalist home design idea which applies the integrated ceiling light also have painting attached on the wall.