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The main idea of the interior design is to keep things as simple, clean and neat as possible, all while adding some valuable storage space and making the environment look as spacious as possible. Sticking to neutral color scheme and careful illumination, the designer manages just...

The designer has tried his best to make the small interior look as large as possible, and feel as cozy and as warm as possible. The designer uses smooth concrete effect that spread from the living area to the kitchen and dining area to provide that...

There are two main purposes in modern Scandinavian design. The first one is to make the environment clean, tidy and neat, while the second is to make it as functional and as practical as possible. In the living room, we see the first approach, where a...

Using different shades of white the designer has achieved what is the main goal here, to make everything look as pure and as simple as possible. With different shades, the designer creates layering effect of the room, but in the same time, keeps the environment clean...

In an era where modern designed apartments look very similar, it is refreshing to see out of the box thinking. What we have here is a modern apartment, but with few elements that evoke a farmhouse and barn feeling. Starting from the entry hall, the designer...