Small Apartment In Berlin Designed For Casual Living

Situated in a building that dates back to 1880, this apartment might be small but it has something very charming. The size makes it perfect for a single person but a couple could also be comfortable in it. The interior design is quite mesmerizing. Although it’s very simple and designed to let the rooms feel spacious and airy, the décor is also inviting.

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The apartment was designed for casual living. As you enter, you step into an open plan that includes the kitchen and the dining space, as well as a sitting area. The open kitchen is characteristic to most modern and contemporary spaces and it’s a detail that instantly lets us see that the apartment has been updated and modernized. The space was designed by Mela & Vanamo in a minimalistic and modern style.

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The choice of furniture is also interesting. The styles are mixed but they don’t clash. For example, those beautiful antique trunks which you can see both in the open living area and in the dressing space give the apartment a very nice vintage flair. Other pieces of furniture are classical, such as the dining chairs or the desk.

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The bathroom has a very beautiful design meant to hide its imperfections. It’s a narrow space but the fact that all the fixtures are placed on one wall lets the rest of the room feel open and uncluttered. Also, the wooden washbasin unit adds warmth and texture to the décor. This apartment is a great example that shows us how comfortable and captivating small spaces can be.{found on teemu lehmsruusu}.