Browse our extensive and inspiring collection of apartment life. Whether you’re looking for ways to improve your own urban apartment, for strategies to maximize tiny square footage, or simply to check out impressively life-centered apartment designs, you’ve come to the right place.

Quirky And Hip Apartment In Central Tel Aviv

Located behind Rabin Square in central Tel Aviv, this apartment is the perfect home for a young couple or even for a bachelor. It benefits from a wonderful location, with 24 hour restaurants, bars and supermarkets nearby and with a modern and hip interior.

The apartment is situated on the second floor of the building and it has views over the rear courtyard. It’s a quiet and simple space although the interior might seem a little sophisticated at first. In total, the apartment has 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a lounge area and a balcony. The interior is an interesting mix of color and different materials.


Renovated And Meticulously Decorated Swedish Apartment

It’s not every day that we get to have a look at such a well detailed and meticulous renovation project. This is an apartment located in Linnéstaden, Sweden. It measures a total of 914 square feet (85 square meters) so it’s quite spacious. It has been recently renovated and great care has been offered to all the little details, from choosing the materials to coming up with clever storage solutions for each room.

The materials and the color schemes were meticulously selected and they match perfectly. The apartment has an open floor plan and it’s structured into social spaces and private areas. The balance between the two is also beautiful.


Classic Black And White Details Combined With Bold Pops Of Color In A Swedish Loft

Located in the center of Stockholm, Sweden, this bright and airy apartment measures a total of 753 square feet (70 square meters). It’s situated in a building that was constructed in 1891. Recently restored, the building now features the same beauty it did in the beginning but with a vast history behind it.

Although modern, this loft also features a few of the original details such as the moldings. They add character to the space and let you catch a glimpse at the classical style in which the space was designed. The living room is very spacious and also very bright thanks to the large windows that let natural light inside.


All-in-one Cube Furniture Offers You Everything You Need

The biggest concern for those living in tiny apartments is managing to fit all the furniture they need inside the house. It’s definitely not easy but, as long as you take a step back and think out of the box, the solutions will come to you. For example, when the owner of this tiny apartment moved in here decided to make his own furniture so he came up with a sketch for a cube design that would include a shelf for his vinyl collection, space for the TV and storage for clothes and shoes.

It doesn’t sound revolutionary but the one that actually built the whole thing took care of that. The sketch was transformed into a stunning, multifunctional piece of furniture. It has a compact design and tons of storage space.


Small And Multifunctional Apartment That Even Has Room For A Pet

The design of a home is more important than the size. We’ve seen that with numerous occasions and this is one more opportunity to emphasize this idea. It’s very important to understand the space and to be able to take advantage of its every feature. This apartment is located in Taiwan and it might be very small but it certainly doesn’t look so.

The great thing about this apartment is that no compromises were made when decorating it. It simply has a smart interior design. It was a project by Folk Design and every little inch of space was used excellently. You can look at this apartment as being either an office or a cozy home. The modern office can quickly become a bedroom thanks to the interior design.

The bed is hiding in the wall and everything else is multifunctional. Another nice detail about the apartment is the fact that is looks very open. That’s because of the minimalist style chosen for the project. The


A modern apartment decorated with concrete and light wood

The materials you use in a renovation or for interior décor can definitely dictate the style. For example, take a look at this beautiful place. It a modern apartment located in San Donà di Piave, Italy. It was a project by Studiomobile and it’s called Casa F/H.

The apartment was decorated in concrete, light wood and with a color palette based mainly on white. It’s a very airy space. Situated on the upper floor, the penthouse apartment also has a huge terrace that offers panoramic views of the river and the surrounding area. The renovation was a complete upgrade of the interior design.


Compact Apartment With Folding Walls And Tons Of Hidden Storage[Video]

In an apartment, size is, of course, important. However, even more important than that is the interior design. A truly functional space is one that focuses on versatility and multi-functionality. We have the perfect example. This apartment used to be a studio. After a major renovation it became a one-bedroom home.

At a first glimpse, the apartment seems very simple and doesn’t really offer many possibilities. But this first impression is deceiving as there’s more than meets the eye here. Let’s start with the walls. Technically, there are no walls here.

The bedroom is separated from the kitchen and work area by a sliding wall which offer privacy when the bedroom is being used and which hides elements that are not needed the rest of the time. And if you thought this is ingenious wait till you see the rest.


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