Beautiful & Efficient Design in a One Room Apartment

Beautiful & Efficient Design in a One Room Apartment

Because we know these ideas might come handy one day, we would like to continue showing you interesting and efficient ways to decorate small apartments. This particular arrangement gives the feeling of space, even if this is just an illusion, as the area is really no that big (just 46 sq m). The place features a long, narrow hall with tiles and plenty of room storage, a bedroom, a small bathroom and a kitchen connected to the living-room. White walls, herringbone parquet and beautiful windows with a glazing bar.”fill up” the main room.  The sofa houses plenty of space for objects you don’t normally want lying around the house.  The bedroom has white walls,  parquet floors and  paned windows facing a quiet courtyard. The bathroom and kitchen are all-equipped. – via Innerstadtspecialisten


  • Gail Helmer February 7, 2010 at 19:08 PMLogin to Reply →

    Stunning…very chic and urban. Although I could never live with the fridge in the hallway…I’d go with under the counter or drawer fridge as an alternative. I’d also use the main wall for more art pieces…it’s too stark.

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  • Home Designer Los Angeles February 10, 2010 at 06:36 AMLogin to Reply →

    Whoa!! Seriously, this area is just about 46 sq m? Wow, it really doesn’t look like one, considering that it has many appliances, a kitchen area, a bedroom with closet and a bathroom. Now, that’s really unimaginable. Aside from that, the design of the interior also looks good and very elegant. The overflowing of white with the help of white lighting also made it look spotlessly sharp. I really like this one-room apartment, very conducive for good living.

  • Michael February 10, 2010 at 09:11 AMLogin to Reply →

    Yep, the space looks bigger, and that’s maybe because of the pictures were made.