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In the kitchen, the designer goes for something interesting and funky. It is done in clean and professional way. The unique factor is the floating cabinet, with installed light under it. The floating effect is what makes the kitchen unique and special. In a true Scandinavian spirit,...

The designers have managed to transform an outdated kitchen into a modern, efficient kitchen that is much more functional and practical. The designer has stick to simple, monochromatic look for the main elements, but has added a touch of tangerine orange to the countertop to achieve...

One of the tricks the designer has used to increase the space both visually and functionally is taking advantage of the height of the room. The height allows for full row of cabinets, and the designer opts for open display niches for better visual appeal. All...

As a refreshment to an old apartment, the industrial Scandinavian style is the ideal option. While most Scandinavian designed apartments strive for minimalism, here you will find a space crowded with elements. But the designer has managed to fit all the collectables of the owner, and...

This is as truly modern design as possible. With all the principles and boxes checked, the designer sticks to the basics, but adds few his touches to the environment. The dining and the living area are as bright as possible, with abundance of natural light. Combine...