All posts with tag:арендное жилье

43 sqm – such total area is quite small even for a one-bedroom apartment, but French designers have managed to create a home with two full bedrooms and an open living room with kitchen. This compact apartment in Paris was clearly designed to be rented, but in the most romantic city in the world, even…

The owner of this apartment in Perth, Australia, has approached the designers with a request to update the interiors of the rental apartment in a fresh and stylish way. The team chose an interesting solution: minimalism in bright colors. On a milky gray background, shades of orange, red, blue and green look great, and opting…

When the owner of this Moscow apartment asked a3interior studio to prepare it for letting out, he defined the main goal as ‘making the home different from other offers on the market.’ In terms of style and color scheme, the client gave the designers full carte blanche, while the only limitations were in terms of…

Often, the owners of rental flats try to make their interiors as neutral as possible in order to attrat as many potential tenants as possible, but this is a completely different case. With the help of rich shades and unusual color combinations, designer Tatyana Natsvina had to create a bright space that would stand out…

Ukrainian designer Elena Fateeva loves working with small homes and regards such projects as an interesting puzzle for personal development. And she really good in this- several of her works received awards at the international level (remember at least this Green apartment). Today we have another S-size home by Elena – a rental apartment in…

Limited budget, but almost complete freedom of action – designer Evgenia Dubrovskaya had to quickly decorate a stylish rental apartment in Kyiv for Airbnb. In such cases, Ikea usually comes to the rescue, especially since the clients also like the Scandinavian aesthetics. At the same time, there was a place for an item by local…

Since this small apartment in Minsk was intended for long-term rent, designers needed to competently implement all the basic functions and think over storage systems within the open layout. So, zoning was done with furniture, color, and clever design solutions. For example, a bedroom, as is often the case in small apartments, is hidden in…