All posts with tag:mezzanine

It is evident that this very small Swedish apartment with total area of only 26 sqn was decorated on a budget: inexpensive furniture, restrained colors and a minimum of decor. But there is a feeling that the designer did everything and even more so that the housing had its modest charm and soulfulness. The result…

Black and white scheme is ideal for the design of loft spaces. It looks modern, adds elegance and stylish severity to the interiors, and simply looks very impressive. This apartment on the top floor of the old residential building in Stockholm is an excellent proof of this. The black and white basis here is perfectly…

This Swedish apartment is among those that can not boast of a large total area, but thanks to the high ceilings got a very comfortable and functional design. The space has a slightly long layout, but thanks to the huge arched window, the owners do not feel the lack of daylight. The staircase to the…

Ground floor and total area of only 24 sqm – not as bad for an apartment, as it may seem at first reading. Moreover, this is a former shop space, which in Stockholm implies rather high ceilings. Designers tried using dark shades to add character to the interior of this small dwelling and definitely they…

It is difficult to imagine a more functional and smart use of space of only 32 sqm than in this Swedish apartment. The designers managed to organize a fairly spacious open space of the living room and kitchen with a dining area for two, arrange a separate mezzanine bedroom and enough space for storage. Of…

This small London apartment fitted in one spacious room of a magnificent Victorian townhouse with high ceilings and a gorgeous huge window. Here everything is very compact: private areas on the mezzanine level, a common open space on the ground floor, an original dining area in a small niche. But most importantly, despite the size,…

In this Scandinavian apartment in Gothenburg, there is only one living room, but what a room! Due to the high ceilings and abundant white color in decoration, the space feels large and looks like a loft premise. And in the same living room, there is a hidden bedroom – a small mezzanine space for sleeping…

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…

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…