Today we have a little wonder from Sweden. This miniature apartment in Stockholm, with only 23 sqm of total area, has among other important things a separate bedroom (albeit mezzanine) and even a small walk-in wardrobe. The flat also has a lot of style: nice color scheme of gray tones, wall frames, white modern kitchen – it turned out to be so cool and charming. Hope you’ll enjoy it!
When a home is limited in its area, high ceilings can help. In this very small apartment in Stockholm, thanks to the mezzanine bedroom, it was possible to make room for a full-sized living room in which you can feel spacious and even receive guests. As for the color scheme, Scandinavian gray is diluted here with bright yellow details. Compact and comfy!
In the beautiful Ukrainian city of Lviv, there are lots of magnificent historic buildings, which, nevertheless, do not always meet modern requirements for comfortable living. The layout of this small apartment of 35 sqm in one and the central houses is far from ideal, but the space has some of the unique features such as high ceilings and direct access to the backyard. Studio RePlus tried to minimize all the shortcomings and emphasize the advantages of this unusual object. The result is a very cool and stylish loft!
4.5 meters high ceiling and huge windows – this is what this Stockholm apartment inherited from the old research institute, which once was located in this building. And Swedish designers recently added to the interior an awesome kitchen of black color, and also arranged a mezzanine bedroom. Now it’s a stylish apartment with the New York feel, which is perfect for a single living or for a young couple. Wonderful!
This loft in Amsterdam shows how Dutch people are close in spirit with the Scandinavians. And it’s not just the white color that prevails in the design. Laconic modern furniture, clean lines, stylish details – seems that Swedish designers have worked here. But there are also lots of unique details and features in this home. Enjoy!
Apartments with a ceiling height of 4 meters and above are very rare nowadays as this type of architecture is not common in new apartment buildings. But in Stockholm, a city with rich historical architecture, you can still find such living spaces. This apartment is located in a 1989 house and the ceilings here have a height of 4.5 meters, which gave the owners extra space. Beautiful natural lighting, mezzanine room, stylish design – these are the main features of this beautiful home. Let’s have a look!
Designers of Studioata decided to utilize to the maximum the high ceilings of this ground floor apartment in a magnificent historic building in Turin, Italy. But they did it in a rather original way: with the help of interesting architectural solutions, they managed to install a mezzanine lounge are under the ceiling, where the original painting and stucco were preserved. A perfect example of modern design in an old building!
A beautiful warm wall shade and a bit of decoration – that’s the simple secret of the design of this small apartment in Sweden with an area of 33 sqm. But look how cozy this interior feels! This design is brilliant in its simplicity and once again proves – it is not necessary to have a lot of money to create beauty at home.
This small Swedish apartment of 41 sqm simply bathes in natural light: high ceilings and large windows, all-white interiors, glass partitions separating the bedrooms. Only the floor here is dark in color, all other design elements are made either in white or in light tones. If the ceilings are so high, then why not make a mezzanine bedroom – the Scandinavians often use this technique. Very light and compact city living!
Ideal rental apartment means everything is compact and comfy, but apart from that, it’s important that the interior has a sense of space, and the design is unique and memorable. This small loft in a 18th-century building in the heart of Lyon has it all. Instead of popular brick walls here we have walls of beautiful stone, and the bedrooms were arranged at the mezzanine level. By the way, in the past it was a silk factory, the memory of which still lives in the city. An excellent home for a weekend in a wonderful French city!