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The interior of this small attic apartment has a couple of very serious limitations. Firstly, the total housing area is only 34 sqm, and it was necessary to provide a separate sleeping area. In addition, even this space is not functional everywhere, because the apartment has sloping ceilings and the slope angle is quite decent….

Despite the kids and the dog in the family, the owners chose black and white for the interiors of their family weekend home on Long Island. At the same time, the predominance of light shades and natural wood details made the interior space of the house look and feel very cozy and inviting. By the…

The heart of this Swedish apartment is not in the living room, as is usually the case, but in the open space of the kitchen-dining-bedroom – this is where the owners spend most of their time. This part of the home has the most natural light thanks to three classic windows, while a large dining…

This Swedish apartment perfectly intertwines two design schools – Scandinavian and industrial. For the latter, the determining factor was the history of the building itself – this is a beautifully restored old factory in the small town of Halmstad in southern Sweden. To reflect this fact in the interiors, the designers left the original brickwork…

The owners of this apartment in the Marais district of Paris permanently live outside the city, but for work they often have to travel to the city, and sometimes even spend the night here. Therefore, they asked designer Camille Hermand to create a calm and attractive home that would be comfortable for both a family…

Black retro accents add unique style to this small attic apartment in Stockholm. Thus, in the living room, the mood is set by a large vintage poster, a velvet sofa and a piano in the corner – decorative items clearly hint at the owner’s love for music. In the kitchen, this idea is supported by…

This Swedish apartment is a two-room flat – the designers converted a studio home of 46 sqm into a functional modern apartment with a separate bedroom. The living space was divided into two zones using a wall with an industrial glass partition – now the home has a private zone, and there is also a…

Thanks to the glass partition in this Swedish apartment, it was possible to make the space much more practical and create more functional areas than the home originally intended. The fact is that the apartment has a non-standard layout, which does not allow filling every corner of the home with natural light. Thus, thanks to…

This apartment in Stockholm can be classified as budget housing: a new building in a residential area, small windows, location on the ground floor with small windows. However, the designers tried to give the interiors chic and interesting features that do not require large funds. The main of them is the dramatic bedroom, which is…