Apartment Published by Amanda Holguin, Saturday, May 06th 2017, 07:21:22 AM.
This apartment located in Barcelona is only 52 square yards still it simply accommodates all things necessary also its design is optimized in the finest way possible. Want to know how? Let's take a tight look at the home.
The designers determined to make an open layout with three areas that will be separated but visually joined with each other, so there's a kitchen with a dining room, a living room as well as a bedroom. The kitchen is executed in L-shape, with an uncovered brick wall that reflects the color with the ceiling. There are white cabinets, shelves with lights together with a big fridge. The kitchen flooring is layered with graphic black also white tiles as well for more functionality.
The dining area is identified with a hanging lamp over it; oak wood used on the floors here. The table is industrial look, with a wooden surface also black hairpin legs, which reflect with the kitchen shelves in design or colors. Plenty of vegetation in the kitchen as well as dining room cause the area lively also fresh. The living area is small with emphasize a grey sofa together with a large portrait, also there's an access to the balcony area.
The bedroom presents the identical uncovered brick wall also the kitchen unit has an additional part for the bedroom. In place of of bedside tables you could see a panel with built-in exposed shelves for storage plus I feel deep affection for a comfortable fluffy hanging lamp above the bed. Since the apartment is a sea-inspired , one of the walls with doors is colored strong blue. A neutral rug, a plain white bed as well as a dresser complete the look.
The bathroom gives prominence to brick-inspired white tiles, a shower, a toilet parted with a wall plus a vanity with a wooden counter. Blue textiles bring to your mind that it's a marine-inspired space plus also link the area to the remaining of the apartment.
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