They say that invisible doors are no longer popular, but husband insists on installing them. How is this an unfashionable effect?
Speaking of invisible doors, when I saw them on Internet a few years ago, they were still very popular. Almost every house has invisible doors, which solves problem of lack of many types of apartments. The layout of new house is same, video wall is only at entrance to bedroom, so usable wall is relatively narrow. But I heard that invisible doors are no longer popular, initially I wanted to make other solutions, but my husband insisted on installing them.
The house has three bedrooms, and door to master bedroom is on TV wall in relatively narrow living room.
Cabinets are custom made for entry and storage is guaranteed. White cabinet doors match overall design style. There is no false ceiling, and only plaster line finish is also very beautiful. The walls are painted Scandinavian blue and have a decorative painting hanging on them. Entering door, one gets feeling of visiting a model room.
The dining room and living room are designed as a single unit. There is no partition between them. The whole space looks more open. The dining table and chairs are made in a relatively simple style. Log Scandinavian styles are more commonly used. in recent years I have seen it on Internet before there are many of them and price / quality ratio is still quite high.
The sofa in living room is made of gray fabric. This material creates a feeling of warm atmosphere in people. The combination of gray and pink creates a comfortable and fashionable high-quality texture.
The TV wall and entrance background wall are painted Scandinavian blue. The log TV cabinet is very fresh and natural, with floor-to-ceiling windows, space is bright and spacious, looks very fashionable.
The telewall is narrow because there is a door on one side that leads to bedroom. For general aesthetics, my husband insisted on installing an invisible door. effect is still very good, but I have to say that it is no longer popular and fashionable, but I really disagree.
It is still beneficial to remove original partition, cabinet on side is also equipped with glass partitions and glass doors.
This is master bedroom. The walls are painted light blue-grey, with a log bed and gray-white cotton home textiles. Even though it looks simple, overall it is very tasteful.
This is a study room, and I usually work in it. In first half of year, I did online classes with children, and they are all in this room.
The wall tiles and countertops in kitchen are all white, cabinets as a whole are double finished and floor tiles are cement grey. The kitchen is clean and easy to maintain.
They say that black and white are most versatile colors, and it's true, especially white, which suits many decorating styles, and my house is no exception.
The bathroom is separated from wet and dry. The washbasin is directly made of marble countertop + washbasin. The bottom is hollowed out and curtains are installed. The bottom can also store basins and barrels, which is more convenient.
The interior of bathroom is also separated from wet and dry. The shower area is equipped with a separate water barrier and shower curtain. It always seems to me that such a design is more practical than a stationary shower. What do you think?