The owners of this apartment in Spain do not need to go on holiday to the mountains, as they recreated the atmosphere of the mountain chalet right at home. The flat is rather modest in size (60 sqm), but it has one very important feature – a bedroom with a small private terrace on the upper level, which they actually renovated with a feel of a hotel room in a mountains. There is a fireplace, a lot of wooden surfaces, wicker baskets. Looks very cozy!
Looking at the pictures of this not very big apartment in Madrid, it’s hard to believe that its area is only 67 sqm. This visual effect was achieved thanks to the fact that almost all the space is given to a bright open living room with kitchen and kitchen, and the bedrooms here are quite small in size. It is impossible not to mention the architecture of the building, which gave this apartment a lot of windows and filled it with light. Beauty!
This spacious and light loft in Paris is an excellent example of an open-plan living space. Here, in fact, there are no solid walls (not counting those in the bathrooms), and all rooms are located within the one space with high ceilings, wooden beams and an plenty of windows. Only a glass wall separates the living area and private spaces. Great project!
Some interiors could have a masculine character or raw decor elements, but there are spaces that are real bachelor caves – just like this apartment in Sweden. The home was created for a single man, and it is his environment, where he feels comfortable to the fullest. The stylist picked up the perfect entourage for such a space: carelessly scattered clothes, dark pottery, ethnic decor of natural materials. Even a man model was invited for a photo shoot.:) Such a moody home!
Today we have a nice example of how to make an interesting space out of a simple and unremarkable small apartment. First, the glass wall here was a really good solution: besides the fact that it conveniently divided the main room into two functional zones, it also looks stylish and is truly a highlight of the home. Another great idea – a fragment of the wall near the bed painted in dark blue. By the way, the blue color here is also underlined by textiles and wall decor throughout the apartment.
When we hear the word “attic”, we often imagine a dark abandoned space under the house roof, where the owners usually store old and unnecessary stuff. But in one apartment building in Sweden, the owners decided to convert the attic premise into a modern and comfortable albeit small dwelling. This resulted in a lovely one-bedroom apartment with white interiors and plenty of natural light. Great job!
This apartment is a perfect example of how to take maximum out of a small space. Designing a modern and comfortable space within the area of only 48 sqm, that must necessarily include a dressing room, living room and bedroom, is not an easy task. But thanks to good planning and smart design solutions, YUCUBEDESIGN studio has managed to realize all client’s requests and they did it with taste. We liked so much Wall & Deco wood wallpaper in the kitchen and a cool glass partition separating the bedroom. Easy and lovely dwelling!
It is common lately that everyone wants to convert almost any space into a loft apartment, and and it’s even hard to imagine that someone wants to redo loft into something else. But the owners of this Manhattan apartment recently decided that their industrial loft is too gloomy and raw, so they asked Jess Parris-Lamb studio to create something bright and stylish for them. The result is a very unusual and vibrant home!
Sergiy Makhno is a well-known designer in Ukraine, perhaps, one of the most notable and influential in the country. He received many different awards and his work was featured in leading magazines, he constantly creates collections of interior furniture and decor and successfully uses them in his numerous projects. Today we want to share one of his recent projects – bachelor loft of 70 sqm in one of the new apartment building in Kyiv. Enjoy!
If a loft can be luxurious, then this apartment is just that case. Stunning industrial loft on the last two floors of the residential building in Melbourne looks sophisticated and rich. To the typical set of concrete surfaces and metal glass partitions, designers added large paintings and mirrors in gold frames, as well as chic furniture and lighting. But of course, the biggest luxury is a spacious terrace with the best views of the city.