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We’ve seen our fair share of open concepts kitchen in the past, but we rarely see an interior where the kitchen is actually the focal point. In this case, however, it seems like the kitchen is the “de facto” living area in the apartment.   Let’s start...

From the moment you step into the living area, you are mesmerized by the calming atmosphere and the spa-like ambience. Everything in the living area of this apartment is designed for the convenience and coziness of its owners.
When designers mix and match industrial and Scandinavian design, usually it is the latter that dominates the interior. Not in this case though. This time around, the industrial style is the main style, with the Scandinavian there to complement it.
From the moment you enter the apartment, both the industrial and the Scandinavian design styles are evident. The industrial style is always the more subtle one, usually expressed through ceiling lights.