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The designer has little space to work with in the apartment, but he uses it to its full potential. Take the living area for example. Even though the living area is small and tight room, thanks to some creative design, it looks spacious and big. One...

The designer has added a special and unique feeling to the interior by mixing and matching different textures. The mix of textures can be seen on different walls, but sometimes, even on the same element. For example, in the living area, the designer has used the...

In a true Scandinavian spirit, the designer has decorated the living area as bright as possible in a minimalistic approach. And in order to make things more interesting and playful, the designer has installed a custom wall effect on the wall opposite the TV feature...

Textured walls characterise the master bedroom. There is no nude wall in the room. The nightstand and the TV cabinet for the feature wall are both floating, allowing the designer to place illumination beneath them. Adding a walk in wardrobe is a must for the extravagant...

From the moment you enter the apartment, you are greeted with a large, floor to ceiling shoe cabinet with a small display niche within it. The designer has placed floor to ceiling mirror in the entry hall for dramatic visual feeling, but also to serve...