This flat is located in Sweden and heavily captures the North-European interior design style. The flat has two separated rooms and a living room that is connected to the hallway and the kitchen. You can see more on how this home is organized in the plan of the apartment below. A functional and highly aesthetic living-room is the apartment’s main “asset”. It features no less than six windows which provide a large quantity of natural light throughout the day. The living room also houses a dining table, a sofa and a coffee table. A nice open floor plan connects the living room with the all-equipped kitchen. A home cinema system is installed in a separate room. Outside there is a cozy terrace for relaxing and enjoying a cup of coffee in spring mornings.
White as a neutral color looks excellent with almost any other color and looks much more modern than warm beige or similar colors. Though only 80 sqm big, it surely gives an impression of a big studio-like flat, with glass walls to separate the rooms, slim closets and folding doors adding to the effect. It is an open-space where rooms are separated by glass walls and folding doors. Just one button click could make bedroom more private by closing glass windows. Slim furniture closets are responsible for adding the sense of space to the apartment. The flat’s stunning style in which red is added to the whole décor – the furniture, the bed, or the two sides of bedroom wall – surely spices up the whole environment and adds to its elegance.
This apartment was transformed from a hospital. This contemporary apartment in Battersea is making use of the hospital’s bright ambiance and modern furniture to create a charming interior that would be perfect as a bachelor pad. The talented designer also has managed to come up with a contrast trick with the furniture, exposing the apartments conventional (but attention drawing) brickwork. But the most stunning feature of them all is the 360-degree view roof terrace that you can enjoy staying on during the hot summer days.
Located in London, on Mallow Street, this contemporary apartment stands out due to its unusual design. With two floors, high ceilings, large and inclined windows, this place was built on the site of an old warehouse. It is located at the fourth floor and is reachable by elevator also. Getting back to the interior design, you will notice some great furniture elements, such as interesting tables with a rustic effect, a huge floor lamp, a couch filled with giant pillows and a few wooden tools randomly placed in the living-room. The place has two large bedrooms with king-size beds. Decorative elements such as plants, paintings, are also present, creating diversity and contributing to the stylish and leading-edge atmosphere.