Well planned one-bedroom apartment in Sweden (69 sqm)

Before replanning this Swedish apartment of 69 sqm had one open living space, only the small entry area and bathroom were separated. Designers built one additional wall, thus creating a small bedroom, and the remaining area was left for combined living room with kitchen. The interiors have lots of open shelving and small decor details, which certainly adds life to this home. Beautiful and functional!

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Impressive eclectic home in dark tones in Taiwan

And again we have a very cool and memorable home in Taiwan – an eclectic apartment for a young family. To say that interiors are unusual means to say nothing. Modern copper surfaces, unexpected vaulted ceilings like they have in Spain, elegant French moldings, and bathrooms decorated in Art Deco style. It may seem that there are too much of different things, but the apartment are so unique and impressive. Enjoy!

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Small minimalist apartment for a girl in Moscow (34 sqm)

Such minimalistic spaces are usually chosen by men, but this studio apartment with total area of 34 sqm in Moscow was created to accommodate a young girl. The owner really wanted to get a bright, open, modern home without an abundance of bold colors, using natural materials and laconic forms. As a result, the apartment has one common living space where all the functional zones are in harmony. Stylish and functional!

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Spacious apartment with panoramic windows in Moscow

This Moscow apartment not only has an outstanding area of 600 sqm, but also breathtaking views of the Canal. The whole space of the living room “works” for this panorama: the sofas and chairs are facing the window, and the TV was placed in another room – the area allows this. In addition to the main rooms, there is also a draft kitchen, laundry room, pantries. The client, a young couple, did not want their home to look trendy, but rather to be modern, functional with unique decor pieces. A real dream apartment!

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Stunning loft in former warehouse in Netherlands

Another great example of a successful reconstruction of old non-residential premises. The house was built in the distant 1902 and was intended as a warehouse for a local textile factory, but recently stood abandoned. As it often happens, it is after the conversions of such kind of properties that unique living spaces are born. Now it is a stylish modern loft with spacious and bright rooms, high ceilings and two cozy private gardens. Is not it great!

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Open space and bedroom behind the glass: Scandinavian apartment in grey

At first glance, it may seem that this Scandinavian apartment is very large and spacious. In fact, the designers just decided to make the entire space of a small one-room apartment completely open, connecting all the functional areas into one. Even the bedroom is separated from the large common space by a completely transparent glass partition. How do you like this?

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A magnificent Scandinavian loft in Stockholm

Buildings with such gorgeous interior spaces are a big luxury for a modern city, even for such architecturally beautiful one as Stockholm. The former industrial building of 1912 was recently converted into a prime residential complex, and this apartment is perhaps the coolest unit in the house. It occupies the last two floors, and the open living room boasts a second light and unique arched windows. Interior design was created by the best Swedish designers in a strict manner with a masculine character. Stunning!

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Stunning holiday residence in the woods in California

Although this house is lost in a picturesque forest on the shore of Lake Tahoe in California, one will hardly call it a cabin in the woods. This is a large and spacious modern holiday home, with a huge living room, a terrace and many bedrooms that can take on a weekend a big family or a group of friends. Wood and stone are basic features of the design, and with the help of modern elegant furniture and decor, the designer brought colors and life to the interiors. A great place for a relaxing rest in nature!

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Brick wall in the living room and black bedroom: apartment in Sweden (59 sqm)

The brick wall is not a new trend in the design and it feels already boring for some. But if you use it competently and in moderate quantities, you can still get a very stylish and memorable interior. In this Swedish apartment, the brick wall in the living room is very appropriate: high ceilings hint at the loft character of the space, also, only one wall is bricked, the rest are painted gray or white. The bedroom here is unexpectedly black with a secret extra place for sleeping on the mezzanine. Excellent city dwelling!

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Cool loft in dark tones in Taiwan

Taiwanese designers have already proved they can do very interesting and stylish projects of modern apartments, that can compete with the best world designers. Today we want to share another excellent project from this eastern country – a cool masculine loft in dark colors in the capital of Taiwan. The home is a completely open space, zoned with glass partitions. Excellent modern city dwelling!

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