It took four months for my colleague's new house to be finished. It has just been aired out. The area of the house is 100 square meters. beautiful.Especially simple storage cabinets in each corner, such a corner space storage method is worth exploring, show it to everyone!
In hallway, there is an anti-theft door - a cracked door. There are not only upper and lower shoe cabinets, but also a simple flower stand on right, which almost reaches top. It is transparent and open, not affecting lighting. The placement of slipper shelf is practical .
A simple flower stand separates entrance from dining area, while a white dining table and chairs create an idyllic look.
In restaurant, not only stretch ceiling, but even chandeliers are white iron lampshades in the European style, which is very stylish.
Inside the dining room is a country-style living room with flowered sofas and symmetrical TV alcoves.
The TV wall is decorated not only with drywall, but also with wallpaper, cabinets, mosaics, etc. It is very beautiful, it is most beautiful yet unobtrusive TV background wall I have ever seen.
The kitchen is to side of dining room, with a semi-open floor plan and an entire study of white gardens, which is very quiet and comfortable.
The kitchen has a small balcony that can be turned into a relaxation area where you can drink tea, chat, read and have fun.
A small corner in middle of passage leading to bedroom was not spared. Decorate flower stand with layered dividers, romantic and fresh.
The master bedroom is relatively simple, with blank walls, bay window pillows and dreamy curtains.
The second bedroom is built directly into walk-in closet and is also fitted with tatami mats that can be turned into a bedroom in seconds.
The bathroom is separated not only from sink, but also from wet and dry inside. There are also built-in storage cabinets on either side of toilet area where you can put some toiletries, and shower area has a squat pit, whichever is more convenient. This kind of design is actually very homely, especially storage part is really worth exploring, what do you think?