All posts with tag:studio

In such homes, surgical precision is required from the designer, because in 28 sqm dwelling literally every millimeter is important. But it seems that a real professional worked on the project of this Goteborg apartment – he managed to perfectly plan a miniature space, used every corner and even provided for several functional zones. An…

You can live in an apartment building, but feel like living in a private house. This Swedish apartment on the first floor has a separate entrance directly from the street, so the owners practically do not intersect with other residents of the building. Of course, not everyone will like the windows to a busy street,…

The design of this small apartment in Stockholm has it all: elegant modern style, comfortable zoning, pleasant colors and natural textiles. The designers initially got a completely open space, but it was possible to separate the sleeping area with completely transparent glass partitions. The accent blue wall in the bedroom is a great solution, adding…

This lovely studio apartment of 50 sqm in Moscow is essentially an industrial space – the designers did not hide the original concrete and brick on the walls and ceilings. Nevertheless, white furniture and wall panels, as well as the light minimalistic decor, greatly softened the interiors, which do not look heavy, but on the…

This small Swedish apartment originally had a rather non-standard and uncomfortable layout with a walk-through kitchen and a tiny bathroom at the end of a narrow corridor. But the designer was able, with the help of decor and skillful zoning, to turn a difficult space into a stylish studio home designed for a comfy living…

Different styles and techniques in one open space – this is what the design of this small apartment for a young couple in Moscow is like. Concrete ceilings and a glass partition are a reference to the loft style, a laconic kitchen – from Scandinavian design, a vintage sofa – notes of American interiors, and…

The compactness of this small studio apartment in Belgium was balanced by a pleasant monochrome palette that made the space feel airy and light. It is interesting that of the large furniture in the apartment there is only a bed, that is accompanied by an armchair – the home is clearly not designed to receive…

Designers who worked on this small one-bedroom apartment in Sweden added character to the interiors with the help of contrasting black window and door frames, tall classic moldings, and modern kitchen cabinets. It is interesting that the flat is located on the ground floor of the building and has its own entrance, so immediately from…