Small houses with interesting design
The size of the apartment can depend on how many people can simultaneously live here with comfort, or how big a sofa will be, and small houses directly dictate it. But the size should not set the style of the interior. This post is about four apartments, which show that any space can have its own style without leaving for their size - 50 square meters.
From Scandinavian industrial loft to a bit wild and wonderful "watch" studio, these apartments risk being what they are and this results in a remarkable result of unique and comfortable houses.
The first apartment occupies 49.8 square meters, but thanks to the design it's hard to understand. It was created in such a way that it seemed that there was more space than actually and that vaulted ceilings certainly help it. In this house there lives a young couple, and the designers felt that it is important to create a cozy atmosphere in the house so that it can be enjoyed with pleasure for years.
Inspiration was drawn from stunning views to the ocean, bringing into the design natural elements like a recycled tree.
The second apartment is designed for a young growing family, which needed to be located on an area of less than 50 square meters. This is difficult to accomplish, and comes to the aid of a sliding partition wall, which can be opened or closed depending on the time of day. This place is a little brighter due to the game of colors that a small child might like.
For the third apartment we have an interesting solution from Vitta Group DesignStudio called "London Sky". The apartments occupy 32 square meters and give a solution to those who want to live in a city center, where space may often not suffice. The general style is the marriage of classical British elements with more modern themes.
The watch's motive is especially interesting, since it returns at a time when there was a need for an analog clock as in an instrument, not just an accessory. The living area is separated from the bed by internal blinds to avoid occupying space.
The last place is a much more modern look at the studio apartment. Practically colorless, with the exception of a couple of elements, it feels incredibly spacious. A separate bedroom is a bit larger than a bed in it, and it's not very clear what can be stored there, but it looks stylish enough.
Studio apartments are quite an interesting place to live, but because of the small area the interior is very important, because every little thing can set the mood of the whole house.