Many buyers of duplex floors will choose to leave a lot of common space to make space feel less cramped because duplexes are nothing more than a transition between floors and there are still certain floor height restrictions. Today, this young couple's two-level new home does not allow for sharing. Except for stairs to climb, all remaining space upstairs has been converted into a large suite that is very practical!
Entrance through door is dining room, entrance through sliding door on right is kitchen, and all living spaces are located downstairs, including dining room, kitchen, bathroom, second bedroom, living room, etc. The restaurant is a combination of logs and white Solid plastic, stylish and exquisite.
The kitchen is on right, with a knife handle, window is very small in corner, and there are few cabinets and hanging cabinets, which, in principle, are enough.
When you enter, this is living room. The layout is relatively simple. You should take a close-up of horse wall lamp. Black is so cool~
Looking at entrance via stairs from living room, flight of stairs was not spared. It was made into a storage cabinet. The height of floor is limited, and ceiling cannot be made. The TV wall was also left empty, but a hanging TV stand was installed.
Behind this door is second bedroom, and the balcony covers an area of less than 2 square meters.
The second bedroom is small, with a bed of only 1.5 meters, and bay window is not particularly decorated, but directly covered with a marble top.
The entire top floor is a large room, a separate dressing room, a bathroom and a very large living balcony. I guess a lot of people would love to have a master bedroom like this, right?
The upstairs bathroom is almost same as downstairs kitchen + bathroom, it has showers and toilets, and downstairs there is only one toilet and a sink, very small. Despite this, this two-level house used almost entire area, so it's not practical?