Living Room Interior Ideas by Magdalena Zięba

I have seen many small apartment living rooms design ideas since I first started the homedit.com, but this one from Magdalena Zięba is beautiful with the red sofas. The designers use the modern minimalist furniture, floral pattern wall, hanging ceiling lights a thin LCD TV unit. Again , the red sofa and armchairs are awesome, and the LCD TV is placed perfectly.

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It’s obviously a small apartment, but this doesn’t mean it can’t be stylish and elegant. Usually small apartments look very crowded, there are a lot of furniture pieces in there that don’t really fit. So the aspect is not as beautiful as you might want. The solution for that is very simple. All you have to do is redecorate your apartment. And this time use more appropriate furniture pieces, preferably convertible ones. Take a look at this lovely apartment design.

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It’s small but it still looks good. You could do the same with yours. The colors sued go very well together. The white and gray tones create the impression of a larger space and the black is also a very good choice for the table. Furthermore, the red sofa and chairs add some color and they are also very functional, not to mention comfortable.



Published by in Interiors, on January 25th, 2010

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