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.

Mixing classical, hip and arty for a cool edge with family feel

Everybody can transform their old style designed home into a beautiful new one, a home that will shine with grace throughout the years that will come. If you want to do that with your interior space you have to fallow some easy steps. In the next paragraphs I will tell you what you could do to modify your apartment.

First of all you have to rethink your light, because you will need light to see what you do in your home. Well in this particular case the light in the kitchen was to week and so the owners, Olivia and Frank, put more light in the kitchen. Because of the high ceiling rooms they hanged pendants to close the space in. In the second place you have to customize your space to fit your personality and your style.Coming back to Olivia and Frank’s apartment, an apartment that is situated in West Berlin, they bought a new bed to fit their bedroom because the old ones were too tiny and ugly.


Extraordinary one bedroom flat in the middle of Stockholm

We all want space, because it makes us feel free and comfortable, that’s why people search for large, multi-room apartments. But that doesn’t mean that an apartment with less rooms doesn’t offer us the cosines we need. The next apartment is a good example of how a one bedroom flat can offer us all the space we need.

This interior breaks all misconceptions because it proves that you can mix different designs in only one spacious room without crowding the place or making it look kitschy. The flat has 690 square foot and gathers a bathroom, a kitchen, a living room with balcony and only a sleeping room. The main advantage of the place is that is it very bright so it offers the impression of space. The bathroom, the kitchen and the bedroom are painted in light pastel colors to increase that feeling and their simple design makes them look very airy.


The house of 10,000 books in New York

This is the home of Jane Friedman. It’s located in New York and it’s a duplex. It’s always inevitable to bring work at home. However, for this publishing executive it wasn’t something she wanted to avoid but rather something she enjoyed doing. As a result, her New York apartment is filled with approximately 10,000 old-fashioned books.

With a career dominated by books, Ms. Friedman considered her extensive library to be a part of her. The library tells the story of her life. It’s a home that has more books than actual libraries. It must be very nice to see all those books and to be able to tell the story of each one of them. Some of them belong to authors that Jane Friedman met personally while other have a different kind of sentimental and professional value.


Brazilian editor and stylesetter Fabrizio Rollo apartment

This is the home of Brazilian editor and style-setter Fabrizio Rollo. It’s a lovely apartment located in Sao Paulo. As expected, the interior design is quite unique. It features an eclectic approach, with influences from different periods, with different patterns and color palettes. The effect is bold and eye-catching and, even though there are a lot of styles in there, they all work beautifully together.

The apartment is surprisingly colorful and bold, if we compare it with Fabrizio Rollo’s neutral appearance. The apartment covers a total area of 3,200 square feet. It’s located in a 10-story building that dates from the 1960s. It’s a modernist building that, despite its age, keeps up with the times. The apartment is located in a fashionable district of Sao Paulo. The location is very beautiful, but the interior is indeed very surprising.


Modern penthouse with an unusual glass bathroom floor

Great architects and designers are very creative, even if sometimes their creativity results in funny or crazy things, too. For example the guys from Hernandez Silva Architects were hired to renovate a beautiful Mexican colonial-style penthouse that was built and arranged in the style of the 70s. And since this era has long gone they tried to do something interesting and change the style inside the penthouse. But if they did a great job for the rest of the penthouse, they arranged the bathroom in a very unusual way that some will love but some others will hate, as that is what usually happens with controversial things.This is the Unusual Penthouse with See-Through Floor.

It is indeed puzzling to see a totally normal bathroom with totally transparent flooring. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. The thick glass under your feet allows you to see what lies beneath: a very deep hole in the earth that was once excavated with the thought of installing a secondary elevator. This never happened but the hole remained, so the designers thought it would be a good idea to use it.


Colorful 400 square foot apartment in Chicago

Continuing our research on small and tiny apartment and the ways in which they can be cleverly decorated in order to seem bigger, we found this beautiful apartment in Chicago, IL. The apartment belongs to JoAnn. It measures a total of 400 square feet so it’s a tiny home. However, it’s also a welcoming and very cozy home.

The apartment is small but very beautiful and cleverly decorated. Since it’s such a small place, some things had to be sacrificed. For example, there’s only one closet in the entire apartment. It might seem like an unfortunate compromise but the fact is that there are also other ways of storing things without having to rely to space-wasting closets. In this case, a clever solution was to create some functional storage space under the bed. In the bedroom, a series of shelves placed above the bed are the perfect solution that makes the nightstand seem useless in this case. It’s a space-saving solution and a very clever one as well.


Contemporary Schein Loft in New York

Not everything that is old is necessarily broken and ruined and must be destroyed. Some things keep their patina and this makes them even more beautiful. All you need to do is give them a new face, a make over, and they will look great again. For example some guys from Archi-Tectonics in New York thought of giving a new face to an old warehouse in Soho and covered it in a waterfall of glass. Underneath the apartments were given a modern look and the result can be seen in this Contemporary Schein Loft.


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