Small but succinct, this boldly redesigned 65-square-meter apartment is a breath of fresh air. Developed by
A pink sofa lays down an instant burst of fresh color upon entering the common living area. It sweetly contrasts with the first electric blue portiere and makes a central focal point in the neutral white and gray room decor. A raw concrete accent wall adds a cool industrial edge. The white
A two-tone gray
Wide engineered planks floor the entire living space. The sofa has a complementary wood base, creating a cohesive visual. Broken fragments of marble lay a breccia floor along the hallway, in the kitchen, and finally in the bathroom.
A full-length mirror gives the compact living room a larger and brighter appearance. In the home entryway, built-in closets construct a streamlined aesthetic.
The bright blue portiere separates the main living area from a compact home workspace. The blue curtains create flexible functionality, allowing the homeowner to change the flow of space with zero effort.
A trio of
Behind another blue-curtained
Black dining chairs tie in with the matt black kitchen units. A mini
A black kitchen sink melds with a coordinating countertop. Black handles merge with the dark base units and sew a black color thread across the wood-effect units.
Gray polymer fills the breccia floor joints, accentuating the paler marble pieces. A chrome kitchen tap adds a moment of metallic luster to the dark kitchen installation.
Inside the bedroom, Blue curtains separate the sleep space from a dressing area. Cube shelves stack tall at either side of the small dressing room, offering plentiful storage for folded garments, accessories, bags, and shoes. Mirrored wardrobes fill the third wall, which reflects natural light from the bedroom window.
A black plaid headboard contributes subtle pattern to the bedroom design. Fluted black plant pots adorn the bedside table. Indoor plants grow an enlivening green element.
A circular rug in the dressing area and a
The bathroom has a bright and welcoming aesthetic with a simple white and wood tone color scheme. A custom-cut vanity mirror increases the sense of space in small surroundings. The bathroom sink is smoothly integrated into a sleek contemporary vanity unit.
Wooden wall panels introduce warmth and texture into the modern bathroom design. Black borders give the wood cladding a contemporary edge.
Black bathroom faucets, fixtures, and a matching black shower head smartly accessorize the space.
Broken marble fragments creep up from the breccia floor onto the side of the fitted
The contemporary vanity unit passes above the end of the built-in bathtub to create a custom, layered look. Clean towels are tucked neatly into the nook between. A clear glass vase cleanly accessorizes the sink area and brings in a botanical burst. Amber glass soap and lotion dispensers keep bathroom essentials neatly matching.
In the WC, electric blue bathroom paint makes a color link with the portiere curtains that feature in all other areas of the apartment. A vertical towel radiator heats the small space.
A modern wall sconce lights the WC and the bold wall paint.
The apartment floor plan illustrates how the portieres are used to playfully reconfigure the living spaces and to draw a divide between the dressing and sleeping areas of the bedroom.
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