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From the moment you enter the apartment, you notice that it is not your regular Scandinavian style home. The difference is that most Scandinavian designed homes are done in minimalistic approach, with spacious rooms. In this case, however, the designer has to work with less space,...

Contemporary design style focuses on timeless pieces in the interior. And when it comes to timeless pieces, there can always be some romantic decorations, or romantic ambience created by illumination and décor. Starting from the living area where there is an abundance of natural light. The...

On first glance, Scandinavian style and industrial style cannot be matched, since their basic principle is totally opposite. While Scandinavian requires more wooden and timber elements, industrial commands concrete. But in reality, everything can be mixed and matched. Starting from the living area, where the designer...

Starting from the living area, the designer has conveniently separated the living area from the entry hall by placing a shoe cabinet. Going from the floor to the ceiling, the shoe cabinet provides the perfect border for people who do not want to enter the living...

In the master bedroom the designer has also added a faux wall to make a small separation between the bed and a small cabinet corner. The TV feature wall is another faux wall in the bedroom, serving this time to separate the room from the walk...