It is estimated that not many people get married after graduation, but not many people who also become foreigners after graduation, right? My cousin is like that. With help of their parents, they bought a high-rise small apartment that is only 58 square meters. All finishes in a fresh and relaxed Scandinavian style. The design of living room is my favourite. There is a small sunny study separated by glass, which is really cool!
The entrance to door is living room. The natural lighting in room is still very good. The sofa is reduced and balcony is joined together. The TV wall is also finished in bare brick, creating a laid-back country effect that looks quite expensive.
The sofa wall has been moved forward and a new type of mounting material and glass partition has been made to separate a small study room with windows on both sides, good lighting and a platform effect. The room looks warm and cozy.
The dining room and living room are separated by a wall cabinet. The dining area is relatively small. Rustic wooden dining table and chairs. The top surface is also made of false ceiling. The buffet is pretty stylish too. Although kitchen is open plan, but in innermost part, smoke is not so important.
The buffet is beautiful and resembles background wall of a restaurant. It is beautiful and practical. The entire layout of house was rearranged and beams above could not be moved, it so happened that dining chandelier was installed on top surface and it too had effect of a false ceiling.
A small nesting space of 58 m2 is actually in front of your eyes. You can see the whole space at a glance. Collected here.
The space in master bedroom is small, so try to maximize space. The backdrop of bedside table is a curved wall with floral wallpaper and a three-dimensional effect. The cabinets are custom made according to size and storage space of small cabinet. The space is good too.
The bedroom balcony has also been opened up, with a desk, a bookcase in an alcove and a built-in wardrobe in back. A small apartment can make a big difference. The wedding hall is not only beautiful, but also practical. What do you think?