The new house I bought is a 90 square meter two-bedroom high-rise, not to mention a small interior space, floor height is only 2.6 meters, and stretch ceiling makes house even more depressing. How can I feel comfortable living in it? Or designer has an idea. Using stucco lines on wall as a checkerboard ceiling not only gives effect of a false ceiling, but also does not affect floor height. The wall is simply painted white. The whole house costs 70,000 yuan to install it. This is a coincidence Misunderstood minimalist Scandinavian style? It is worth learning from a house that wants to land in all directions!
There is very little hard decoration in living room, upper surface is a suspended visual ceiling, spotlights are installed as light sources, scandinavian-style gray fabric sofas are arranged, floor is covered with white polished tiles, light from balcony comes in, and interior is very bright. The area is much larger.
The walls are almost all whitewashed, and three decorative paintings hang right on background wall of sofa. The gray sofa is also adorned with bright yellow fabric trim, and color is full of vitality.
The dining table and chairs are made in a simple log style, which is also very common in Scandinavian style. It is connected to kitchen and there is a black framed glass sliding door in middle, fresh and bright.
The sideboard is made almost to entire wall, cabinet door and open storage grid are arranged alternately, which has effect of storage and looks very impressive.
The kitchen has U-shaped oversized cabinets. The white cabinets match gray tiles, bright and generous, and mood of cooking will instantly lift.
The master bedroom has a bay window. The layout is actually very simple. The top surface is directly surrounded by stucco lines, a simple log bed, and the bay window is directly covered by a marble top. The color is simple and bright. , and look very comfortable..
The size of children's room is not very spacious. There is a set of bunk beds. In future there will be a place to sleep if guests stay overnight. The wall opposite bed is an adjacent space of a wardrobe, a desk and a bookcase.
The bathroom is a bit cramped and sinks are all custom made in wall style with smallest dimensions. Glass sliding doors are also installed to separate wet and dry. A small space looks much cleaner and fresher!