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de style interior raw industrial look dining area In the dining room, the designer also places the shoes cabinet, as the dining room is the first room you encounter from the moment you enter the apartment. Using the same, raw timber outlook for the shoes cabinet, the designer extends the cabinet to the ceiling with two vertical lines to give the home rustic feel. 

Functionality and practically are the two key approaches for the entry hall and the shoes cabinet as well. What looks like a built in cabinet can fit almost all of the shoes by owners, with even extra space inside once the cabinet is closed. From the...

interior doctor modern minimalistic scandinavian shoe cabinet Another great looking carpentry item is the shoe cabinet that welcomes guests as they enter the apartment. The designer uses similar wooden laminate, albeit a little lighter than the one for the TV feature wall. Placing a display niche in the middle mixes up the shoes cabinet and gives it playfulness, while the lower carved in section is a nice touch for storing shoes. 

Being multifunctional and practical is something every designer has to do when working with a small space interior. In this case, the designer manages to make the best of it, all while sticking to the principles of modern Scandinavian interior. Starting from the living area, which is...