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One thing that can always take a contemporary interior to a next level is glass. Let’s take a look how the interior of the apartment has been enriched with some glass and mirror additions to the carpentry work.
Starting from the living area, we see a great way of using the dead corner space by installing a two wall TV feature wall / cabinet. For the center TV feature wall, the designer adds luxury and prestige by installing high quality timber background. And then there is the addition of mirrors that reflects the interior and amplifies the space.
And we haven’t even mentioned the built in cabinet with numerous shelves with display niches.
And while in the living area the mirror addition is visible and emphasized, in the master bedroom, it is more subtle. The carpentry work is again extraordinary, with L-shaped cabinet for the corner space. This time around, the designer adds just small subtle horizontal lines of glass, making the wardrobe cabinets more interesting and unique.
And then there is the kitchen, where the designer uses glass to separate the kitchen from the other section of the apartment. In the same time, glass doors and walls make it look like the kitchen is of an open concept one, and visually enhances the space.
Mirrors make it to other rooms in the apartment, namely the dining area. There, the designer installs a full floor to ceiling mirror wall, reflecting the entire room.