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!
Paris is all about inspiration and this bold apartment was created by inspiration for sure. The furniture looks and feels so easy and bright – as if someone just created it here in passing. It may look rough, but it’s only the first impression, that quickly disappears. Then you realize that only the most creative designer could do that. A bright yellow color brings air into the interiors. Here the style is higher than the rules, more than trends, stronger than ordinary. A house of fresh thinking and clean ideas.
Before the renovation it was a large open space, but interesting zoning and some architectural solutions made this Lyon apartment very unusual and cool. The mezzanine floor with two bedrooms and study was installed which now can be accessed from the living room. A guest bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom are located just under mezzanine floor, and the living room has double height ceiling. The decoration and finishing are just awesome: magnificent beamed wooden ceiling, fragments of a stone wall, as well as cool retro details. Such a wonderful apartment!
We just love fresh and unusual approach to designing of small spaces. This cool tiny apartment of just 30 sqm is located in the old town of the Polish city Lublin, in a building that was built several centuries ago. The owners wanted a modern and functional home, and designers revealed a modern twist on the historical theme, with the paintings of Bosh and stucco in decor. Awesome!
It’s difficult to imagine more masculine home than this small Stockholm loft in the former brewery building. Dark grey and black tones, strict lines, minimal furniture, small but functional kitchen, austere mezzanine bedroom. This design is simple and plain, but with a lot of character and charm. Perfect men’s living!
This very tiny Swedish apartment of 25 sqm is a real miracle. Designers did almost impossible: on this limited area they managed to arrange almost everything needed for comfort living of two. Just look at these smart solutions on space maximizing: shelving under the staircase, hidden mezzanine bedroom, stylish and spacious open living area. Awesome!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Когда дизайн квартиры создается для одного человека при довольно ограниченной площади, то общее открытое пространство – пожалуй, оптимальный вариант организации жилья. Площадь этой стильной квартиры в красивом историческом здании в центре Киева до ремонта составляла всего 35 кв. м, но благодаря высоким потолкам удалось оборудовать антресольный этаж и спальную зону на нем, от чего общая площадь увеличилась до 49 кв. м. В дизайне преобладают элементы стиля лофт, но не обошлось и без ярких акцентов – диван и барные стулья обиты красивой цветной тканью. Классная работа!