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.

1915 Apartment Gets A Mid-Century Modern Update

Judging by how this apartment looks now, it’s hard to believe it was built back in 1915. It now features a mid-century modern style which harmoniously incorporates a series of modern and classical elements. Notice the simple lines, elegant furniture and balanced color palette including neutral shades and vibrant tones that make the decor stand out.


Impressive Light-Flooded Apartment With Scandinavian Accent

It seems that gray, yellow and green work perfectly together, especially in this marvelous apartment located in Targu-Mures, Romania. Our admiration for Simona Ungurean, the one that is responsible for this beautiful interior design! Despite the fact that the owners decided to use neutral tones to customize this space, you still have a pleasant feeling about it. It’s a peaceful place, perfect for a family with a child. This apartment has 3 rooms and measures 58 square meters.


Snazzy Apartment Showcases A Lavish Green Wall

This modern apartment that you see now was once just an old ugly space in bad need of a renovation. Everything had to be changed and the whole space had to be reconfigured. That’s exactly what RULES architekti did.


Serenity And Elegance Feel Right At Home In A Monochromatic Attic Apartment

Monochromatic interior designs don’t always make a space feel inviting nor can they always turn it into a cozy home. But with Swedish apartment it all comes natural. This attic apartment in Stockholm has one of the most serene and elegant interiors you can design with such a simple color palette.


Modern, Rustic and Industrial Meet In A Chic Moscow Studio

There’s no unique way of making a space feel warm and cozy, especially with so many styles and materials to choose from. Each choice you make changes the final look a little bit so you gradually shape the interior design until you’re happy with the result. In the case of this particular apartment, a very simple décor was chosen so the choices were very straight-forward.


Majestic Apartment In Lisbon Suits A Cosmopolitan Lifestyle

Each interior design, whether it’s a house, an apartment, an office or a public space, should suit the needs of its users. You can usually judge a person by the interior décor they’re chosen for their home or by the things they keep on their desk. This apartment was obviously designed for someone with a cosmopolitan lifestyle by Cristina Jorge de Carvalho.

You can tell by the numerous gorgeous features and the incredible attention to detail, like the way the light and the shadows communicate in this amazing bedroom.


Scandinavian Beauty Strikes Again – Gorgeous Flat With Glass Wall Partitions

The appeal of a certain space and interior design is always given by something else, depending on the style, location and numerous other factors. In the case of this gorgeous Swedish apartment, for example, the most striking feature is represented by the glass walls which completely transform the bedroom.

The glass partition takes away some of the privacy but in return it creates a very airy and open feel, completely transforming the bedroom and the image of this particular room as we know it.


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