These four gorgeous little apartment interiors are the work of visualiser
Despite the limited proportions of this cosy lounge area, a
In tune with the golden sheen of the living room light, a duo of
One of the
The home entryway sees a return of the mid-grey shade that covers the sofa wall. An attractive unit with a debossed arch design offers some storage space, along with a set of three
Blush and grey kitchen cabinets with monochrome wall and floor tiling make a stunning combination.
The cooking space is small but perfectly formed.
Our second living space utilises the same
A white a grey coffee table duo echo the shades of the dual tone feature wall behind the sofa. Wooden drawers warm the look of a grey console unit beneath the TV.
Three different chair designs have been used at the four place dining table to form a more organically acquired eclectic feel.
The kitchen has pale blue-grey cabinetry, cut through with an intricate black and white tile backsplash.
Gold pans and utensils plus a wooden chopping board and crate warm the look of the cool kitchen.
A black storage unit has been fixed at a right angle to the entry door to form a small hallway.
This third apartment design has a window seat beneath the lounge windows, in place of full height glass. The window seat is used as a bookcase in the space formed beneath. A fretwork panel makes a feature of the wall behind a small grey sofa, beside a painting mounted off-centre. The warm earthy tone of a
More autumnal shades appear in wall art on the opposite side of the room, and in the wooden TV console unit.
A set of venetian blinds have been hung between the side of the sofa and the door as a cosy room divider.
A narrow dining table runs straight up against the kitchen bench and can seat up to six people.
The extendable dining table can be partially pushed away into the kitchen bench when less space is needed for dinner guests.
White wall units brighten the upper half of a modern wooden kitchen.
Monochrome geometric tiles cover the kitchen backsplash and floor, whilst wooden flooring is applied over the rest of the living space.
A traditional grey painted cabinet stands tall in the home entryway, storing crockery in the top and shoes in its base.
In the last of these four home designs, the vertical space above the television is utilised to store books and papers. A few house plants decorate the open shelves. Beneath the TV a wall mounted console holds a couple more plants and books, a clock and a metallic table lamp.
The dining table is surrounded by green painted glass fronted cupboards, which display ceramic jugs, plants and books. Upper cabinets and a set of side shelves are white in contrast.
The kitchen base units are the same soft mint green as the dining room cabinets, with white wall cupboards.
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