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One element that certainly defines the style and whole apartment is the false ceiling and the chandelier hanging beneath it. False ceiling is slowly catching up to modern and contemporary styled apartments. On the other hand, the chandelier is from a vintage origin. And the two...

What is characteristic for the apartment is the open concept kitchen. By removing the walls the designer creates extra space for the air to flow, blending together almost half of the apartment. As the area features lots of wood, timber and other natural elements, the...

Baroque is a style long forgotten between designers, and it seems like the style has vanished from the interior design. But every now and then, a designer decides to bring back the glamour of the style. However, it is important to try to keep it subtle,...

You fall in love with the magic of the apartment immediately. One thing that you cannot say the apartment lack is creativity and manoeuvring. One wall, which is not even a wall is all it takes to get two beautiful rooms out of nothing. With the...

It is very appealing when a designer mixes two styles that are very opposite of one other. While the basic style here is modern, the addition of artistic and traditional/vintage elements is what catches the eye. On one side, visitors are greeted with lots of art...