This is the second in the series of examples I have put together to show you that small spaces can be inspiring and beautiful and full of personality.
This apartment was designed by the same one as in the first example – the Ukrainian architect Maksym Netraba. It is
however 45 square metres bigger.
Similar elements were employed as in the first example – but a few different details are worth pointing out:
1. A master stroke in chimney design – transforming the feature into an accent wall. I like the bubbles of smoke
going up the chimney!
2. The modern and comfy reading chair completes the picture. It is inviting and cozy.
3. The Clever lighting gives ambiance to the space and full-length luxurious curtaining adds depth.
4. The large “U” shaped couch demarcates the sitting area.
5. The small yet functional home office or study off the main sitting area is cleverly designed in an uncluttered
way and the back panel lighting adds a sense of coziness and alleviates the need for a space consuming desk lamp.
6. The compactness of the entrance room sums up the overall feel of the home. Compact, uncluttered, simple and
7. Ever thought of building a bed into the wall? Why not? It works. Use your imagination and think out of the
box. Any ingenious ways of saving space should be used.
8. The wooden accent wall spans the length of the apartment. Again imagine if it had been all white – boring and
dull. Natural wood, stone, ceramic – all add warmth to the starkness of white.
9. Note the ingenious use of lighting from the ceiling. Classy.
10. Luxurious black marble splashback in the kitchen – adding depth and texture.
11. The colour tones selected for the master bedroom are warm and cozy. The dark gray wall accent/bedhead adds a
sense of luxury to the room and the clever bedside lamps are inspiring. Hanging bedside lamps are a great idea in a
12. Again – a bathroom with panache and functional style.
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