Blue sofa and mini-bedroom: small apartment in Goteborg (44 sqm)

The small area (44 sqm) of this Goteborg apartment did not allow the designer to create a full bedroom. But they managed to build a wall with a separate door and make a decorative window so that natural light gets into the mini-bedroom. The compact living area is decorated with a luxurious navy sofa. There was no place for a dining table either; instead, there was an island bar in the kitchen, and an unusual chandelier above it. All storage is concentrated in the hallway: all everyday clothes and belongings of the owner are located in swing closets, and coats and jackets are in the niche at the entrance. Compact and well thought-out small home!

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Comments: 2
  1. Эд

    Ужасная, не интересная, не обдуманная планировка. Не спальня, а каморка да ещё с двумя дверями. Сан. узел из планировки самолёта взяли.

  2. Мария

    Самая обычная квартира по площади…У нас таких каждая первая. Обеденных стола там бы два поместилось еще) никакой необходимости ограничиваться барной стойкой не было… Но если так нравится хозяину. то почему бы и нет)… Городить спальню при отсутствии в ней хотя бы шторы от света. поступающего из гостиной. действительно нет смысла…В целом обычный добротный сканди)

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