I used to watch animated film "Miss Puff" and I said that if you have changed houses 20 times, then 21st time should be your own house. I don't know if it's a coincidence, but this time my friends are moving in for 21st time and this time it's really their own house. Even though it's a used house, refurbished Mori style is so beautiful~
Let's compare it with front door, this is how it looked before renovation.
After renovation, entrance looks tidy, and classroom has improved significantly. Full-length mirrors, shoe cabinets, places to hang clothes, stools for changing clothes, etc., all included.
This is original view of living room, which is a little sloppy. The owner rented it out before, and now tenant's family has returned to their hometown.
The panorama of living room after installation is very foresty, artistic school wall and dark green leather sofa are very impressive.
Original kitchen with black and white cabinet doors and stainless steel countertops has been used for a long time, which is a bit out of fashion today.
The refurbished kitchen is much fresher and more artistic, and Mori girls pay more attention to detail. White cabinet doors, white tiled walls, and white tiled floors make this space feel like an artist's studio. Could chef be in a bad mood?
The bedroom has a balcony and original floor is a bit warped.
After finishing, entire bedroom is done in gray and white, and balcony is turned into a sunny study.
The bathroom is very small, there is no dry/wet separation, and layout is very compact. Hand sinks are still old fashioned pedestal washbasins with no storage which looks very dirty.
Is refurbished bathroom amazing? There are small white bricks on wall, floor is same type of tiles as kitchen, and shower curtain is installed to separate dry and wet. The whole body of white color makes home more fashionable and elegant. Do you like this kind of forest style?