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Specialists from the architectural studio Fimera Design Studio designed the interior of this beautiful loft, located in Bansko – a welcoming resorts in Bulgaria. Comprising four apartments into a spacious residential spaces, the 350 square meters of living space were filled with modern elegance and uncompromising creative interior solutions. A cozy fireplace pierces through the large grey partition separating the kitchen from the living zone and dining space. Dark floating stairs lead up to the second living space, master bedroom and a second guest bedroom.The decor is based on two levels of a harmonious combination of natural colors: white, various shades of brown, green, gray. Love the airy feel and the combination of brick and wood. [source]
We have featured many small apartment designs but are still amazed when we look at the photos below. The apartment has a living space of just 54 square meters but looks exclusive with high quality stylish lavish materials, exposed beams, slim metallic details, abundance natural light and high quality of the finish. Spacious and colorful, the bedroom is in tune with the overall design of the apartment and make full use of space. Love the open plan and playful decoration. The kitchen is well planned too, such efficient but airy layout! [source]
This small but cozy apartment in Gothenburg’s Lorensberg district show that even a small space can become an open floor crib adapted to our modern society. The place in its entirety is only 38 square meters, but includes all essential components without looking cramped. Three tall windows flood the living, dining and kitchen with natural light which bounces off the original spruce wood floors. A built-in bookcase reaching to the ceiling adorns the living room and connects it to the mezzanine bedroom area, which also includes a sliding door closet. Two cabinets built into the loft stairs are used for storage, un-cluttering other areas of the apartment. The sleeping loft is furnished with a 140cm bed and there are also plenty of shelf space. Beautiful design and smart layout, this space perfectly showcases a space composition that constructs the setting for a comfortable, modern lifestyle. [source]