Actually, many people are very realistic now. To get married, you need to have a car and a house. Now I’ll add one more thing, decoration should be beautiful. It would be even better if mother-in-law nodded. It's really love, let's show it!
This is entrance passage, narrow and long. The entrance and the bar are designed as a single unit. The aisle is only 1.2 meters wide and does not look crowded.
The kitchen is open plan and bar can be used directly as a restaurant. This bar counter is made by son-in-law's family from quartz stone.
The bathroom is quite spacious, there is not only a sink, but also a laundry table, and shower area is also equipped with a separate shower, which is very convenient for separating dry and wet.
This is front dining room and living room. From side of dining room there are also cabinets up to ceiling.
The dining table and chairs are done in a more fashionable piano lacquer style, with a glass surface on top that is very translucent and the combination of depth and light creates a sense of hierarchy so it won't look monotonous.
This is overall effect of living room. The top surface is a straight ceiling, and TV wall has no shape. This is a set of walls painted with coffee-colored latex paint.
There is no glass sliding door on balcony. Not only does it dry here, but also a set of tables and cabinets is designed. Let's look into a small office 1㎡.
Actually, space is quite small, but the effect is really amazing and saves space.
There is no false ceiling in second bedroom, floor is completely paved, and upper surface is not even covered with plaster, which is simple and noble.
This is master bedroom, which has a distinctly different atmosphere from second bedroom. The walls in background are all papered, and bedding is red and festive. Don't you think this blue and white combination looks more fashionable?
The side is a cabinet that goes all way to top, and sliding door installed saves space. The end of bed is still TV wall. You can get married without a home, right?