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Small apartment interior design in St. Petersburg

Just because an apartment in small this doesn’t mean you have to give up style and fun. Of course, you’ll have to take into consideration some limits but you can feel free to use your imagination and creativity to come up with an original interior design. Let’s take a look at this beautiful apartment in St. Petersburg. It could be used as inspiration by all those who feel limited by the dimensions of their apartments.

This tiny apartment features so many interesting and original elements that it’s hard to choose what to begin with. Let’s start with the living/ dining room. Even though it’s a small room and even though it’s actually a double-function area, you can see that it’s still airy and quite inviting. That’s because there are few piece of furniture in there and they are all simple. The sofa has a beautiful green color and it really stands. Another very interesting element is the lighting system, a very original creation.

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The interior design of this apartment was created by Ukrainian firm ArtMixer. The dimensions of this apartment are actually very common and it’s something that a lot of people can identify with. That’s why it’s such a great source of inspiration. In order to create the impression of a larger space, the walls and the ceilings have been painted white.

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Also, there are several other white elements, like the pendant from the dining room that, by the way, is also linked to an open kitchen. Notice how all the elements are simple, elegant and very well integrated into the design.

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Posted in Apartments on October 25, 2011

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Simona Ganea
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