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The following collection can serve as inspiration in your own DIY projects that I know you might have in the future. These designs will serve you well if you have a small flat or apartment. So if you like this ideas, drop a line, don’t be shy.
If you want to take on a smallish project this month, how about wallpapering or painting your hallway? For those who want to bring color and/or pattern into their homes but don’t know where to start, the hallway is a great place to begin. _ _
This apartment built in a 55 square meters (sqm) areas, consists of 2 bedroom, a kitchen and walls, its holds magnificent apartment feel with a fireplace, beautiful stucco, parquet flooring rod, pair doors and generous ceiling with 3.50 of height.
1. Small Apartment Futuristic Design
The design of this 49 sqm apartment in Barcelona got inspired from Japanese origami art. One wall which separate all functions of the apartment made with this style in mind and that is enough. When the designer create the wall the apartment already had a shell of simple concrete walls. Some parts of ceiling are still uncovered so futuristic design also has rustic touches.
2 Cream and Black Apartment Design
Steve Leung, interior designer, he created his modern minimalist style at apartement in Hong Kong. His design really unique with combination of natural contemporary style and natural materials. This interior apartement shown designer sensitiveness in using modern concept in natural packaging. Natural impression created homey, comfortable, and intimate atmosphere. And also appear elegant image which shown on wooden wood accent, black and white color for room accessories and fixtures.
Christopher Colman is an architect from Brooklyn, New York. He characterizes his style as “eclectic, colorful and modern. He is noted for his use of industrial and slick materials which create dazzling textural interest.” Now that you know a little about the designer, here is some of his work that got him the up-mentioned prestige. The pictures below are taken in an apartment located in Manhattan. The overall feeling is that of purity and space. Glass is a predominant item, which makes the place look very “shiny” and alive. Notice how the colors really freshen up the crib and check out how tastefully they are chosen. – via 1 and 2
This may be a case where the old adage: “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it” doesn’t necessarily apply. Agreeing to “update” one of renowned DC architect, Hugh Newell Jabobsen’s, structures takes some guts, but the team at Apartment Zero proved to be up for the challenge, and thanks to Washington Spaces we get to see the result…
The young couple who hired Douglas Burton of Apartment Zero and his team to take on the iconic McLean, Virginia’s home’s interiors were devoted to the idea of preserving Jacobsen’s vision for the home. With that in mind, they did not endeavor a full renovation. Rather their updates were chosen to enhance the already beautiful architecture. In one room wall to wall carpet was replaced with a white marble floor (picture 2), an unfinished lofted space was completed to mirror an existing office space reached by the original orange spiral staircase (picture 4), and each room was painted bright white with one dominant accent color rather than several busy punches so as not to compete with the remarkable architecture.
Attic renovations are not in a lot of people’s favorites lists. The unusual angles make it really hard for one to come up with furniture ideas that would fit in weird places and sometimes maintenance can raise more problems than in a usual apartment.
Every single room in this chic apartment amazes due to its great design and modern furniture approaches. Even though the space (240 sqm) is not as large as we got you used to here on Freshome, the two bedrooms, living room, two bathrooms and kitchen are more than enough for a great living.