Mysterious Apartment Which Hides Secret Spaces Behind Its White Panels

This apartment was designed by Mili Mlodzi Ludzie and it can be found in Lazarz, Poland. As you can see, the interior design is minimalist but it definitely doesn’t lack ingenuity.

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With a geometrical design, the walls, ceilings and floors are white and black contrasting lines intersect each other creating eye-catching focal points. Light fixtures were also ingeniously integrated.

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These simple lines aren’t only part of the walls and ceiling designs. They can also be seen on the furniture. They just wrap around the corners and continue undisturbed on the surfaces.

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What appears to be just a simple white wall in the living area actually hides tons of storage space. The white panels reveal a multitude of hidden compartments.

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The same minimalist décor continues in the kitchen where the graphic décor is taken to a whole new level with this combination of black and white table and bar stools.

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Black and white appear here in their pure form and they are used to create strong contrasts. This, combined with the simplicity of the designs contribute to a unique interior design,

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If you look closely you’ll see that the black line is not actually painted on the cabinets. It’s a tiny niche in between them.

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Because the décor is all so white and the furniture just dissapears into the walls, the suspended area near the entrance only becomes visible after you wonder what the staircase is for. It’s a great way to hide spaces in plain sight.

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In case you didn’t notice, there was a door there too. It hides the bathroom.

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The bathroom may be small but it’s definitely eye-catching. The graphical pattern on the walls is created with small black and white tiles.

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Notice the thin black beams which decorate the ceiling. They’re complement the black and white tiles and also maintain a cohesive décor throughout the apartment.