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Reconstructed apartment with a contrasting interior

This apartment recently got a makeover. It was reconstructed and modernized but it still preserved its original charm. The apartment measures a total of 167 square meters. It has spacious room, functionally divided and structured. The interior décor is very beautiful. The main concept behind this design was contrast.

There’s a very visible contrast of colors, between black and white, dark and light colors. However, these shades were very beautifully combined and they’re not striking at all. In fact, they all combine harmoniously and result is a beautiful mix. The neutral tones have been beautifully complemented by shades of brown, beige and turquoise. The colors have different intensities and together they create a very charming atmosphere.


Contemporary apartment with Oriental and Spanish accents

This apartment is located in Warsaw, Poland and it was a decorated by interior designer Pawel Sókol. The interior of the apartment is very interesting. It has an overall contemporary feel but it’s difficult to distinguish the exact influence. The reality is that there are several styles and influences that were combined and resulted in this stylish and elegant composition.

The apartment features a combination of Oriental and Spanish elements. Notice the Oriental patterns from the hall wallpaper, the bedding or even the rug. These elements were combined with Spanish accents found either in the shades of colors used or something a little more specific such as the pendant lamp above the dining room table. Even though these are different styles that aren’t normally found in the same place, they combine beautifully. Also, the rest of the apartment has a simple and modern feel. These are just small accents to break the monotony.


Challenging New York Apartment

This apartment is located in New York, United States. It’s a very simple apartment, in fact a little too simple. That’s because its owners wanted a futuristic home where everything could be hidden away, where they could go recharge their batteries and feel like they’ve traveled in time, more exactly in the future.

The apartment was a project by Dash Marshall LLC Architecture. It’s situated in a building that dates back to the 1960s and that was designed by IM Pei. The entire apartment is white. This was the color that the owners wanted and also the one that best suited the design they opted for. Another very interesting thing about this apartment is that almost all its furniture and fixtures are hidden. These elements are practically invisible, being hidden inside the walls or behind white panels. This makes the apartment feel almost empty.


Cozy Scandinavian Apartment With A Strong Eye Catching Paint Above The Sofa

This apartment is located in Majorna, in a building dating back to 1900. It has a lot of history but it’s also surprisingly modern. The apartment covers a surface of 63 square meters. It has three beautiful rooms and it sits on the second floor in a three-storey building. The initial bid for the apartment is 2.15 million SEK.

The apartment benefits from a convenient location. It sits in the center of the complex but, even so, inside it’s always peace and quiet thanks to the insulated windows that are facing the street. The bedrooms are facing the courtyard so there’s another great advantage. The apartment also includes, besides the three beautiful rooms, a basement of about 4 square meters that can be used for storage. In 2009, the apartment was renovated.


Modern two-room apartment in Gothenburg

This apartment measures 52 square meters but it’s surprisingly spacious and bright. It has two rooms and an airy kitchen and it’s currently on the market for 1.795 million SEK. The apartment is located in Kungsladugård, a region of Gothenburg, in a building that dates from 1924. It’s a lovely apartment, on the third floor of the 3-story building.

The apartment has been beautifully restored and it features the original windows on the east and west sides as well as the original flooring, the paneling and the mirrored doors. These are all elements that have been preserved during the renovation, that create the charm and character of the apartment.


Tiny studio apartment with a cozy and airy interior

This is an apartment that measures only 33.5 square meters. It’s a tiny place but it can be enough space for one person. Sometimes it’s better to have a tiny space that’s yours and yours only than to live in a huge house with a bunch of other people you don’t really like. It’s nice to escape from family and to be on your own. And just because this apartment is small it doesn’t mean it’s not inviting and cozy.

The reality is that a small space is more likely to feel personal, comfy and welcoming than a large one. This mini studio apartment only has one room. This is where its owner works, spends time with guests and rests. It’s a room that was functionally divided to make space for storage, work and relaxation. One wall features a series of suspended cabinets. They are great for storing all sorts of things. Underneath these cabinet is the work area. It’s a simple desk with a chair but it’s enough.


Minimalist open space apartment in Moscow

This is the kind of apartment perfect for a successful businessman who travels a lot and when he gets back home he wants to find a simple and clean space where he can rest. This dwelling is situated in Moscow, in a residential complex named “Welton Park” and it is decorated by Alexandra Fedorova using mostly monochromatic colors and warm accents of wood.

The living room is very simple; the main piece of furniture is that big and comfortable beige sofa facing a big flat screen TV suspended on the wall and in the back we can see a small kitchen with a round, minimalist dining table for two persons and simple furniture in dark tones. To let the light in, the windows weren’t hidden behind some dark, thick curtains, but they were emphasized by some white silk curtains which also create a warm, romantic atmosphere.


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