Most of partitions in high-rise buildings can be demolished, so changing layout when finishing is very convenient. For example, in this 98-square-meter high-rise building, living room and dining room were originally separated, partition wall was directly removed, layout was revealed, and half-wall was built. It is very light, and there is a TV background wall on one side of living room, and a background wall with dining room. One wall is multi-purpose, super cool.
The entire closet wall at entrance is custom-made. The log cabinet body + white cabinet door match very well with overall white latex wall paint, and atmosphere is very fresh.
The TV wall is a half-wall built with masonry, and light in original space is good, so upper half of wall is integrated with each other, light is better, and overall more open and bright.
There are no stucco moldings on walls, and even in living room there is a simple stretch ceiling.
There is no other form on masonry half-wall. The TV hangs directly on wall, and a built-in TV stand is left below. Also very practical as a small niche for TV wall.
The balcony is small, like a sunny space can be used for drying, a cabinet with a set of sinks is not a full-fledged laundry and drying room, but just right for both functions.
This is common space of living room. The small room on one side of the living room is a minimalist study.
On other side of half-wall is a restaurant.
By separating two functional areas, a simple dining table and chairs become trendy.
The kitchen is semi-open, a glass sliding door in a black frame is installed. The house itself is multi-storey, bright, house is lighter and more spacious.
The bedroom's hard finish is almost all white, and very trendy with gray home accessories.
The bay window has a marble top and a cushion placed on it, making it look very small and fresh.
The toilet is divided into three types, washbasin is in outer compartment, and bathroom inside is also divided by a glass sliding door, everything is white, clean and tidy!