This two-room apartment in Stockholm has an area of 53 square meters. But these two living rooms are very unusually separated, not the way we used to see it. Separates their mid-height partition, whose top is made in the form of windows, and unites their glass big door.
The house was built in the distant year of 1894, and most importantly, what was left in it, only slightly renovated during the renovation, is original parquet floors.
Zoning of a small space
The separation method, which we described above, is very unusual. Nevertheless, it is useful for an apartment, because it has good lighting because of natural and artificial lighting and reflective surfaces.
Large windows let out a lot of natural light. But also to excellent illumination predisposes and Scandinavian design. In addition to the parquet floor, for a long time the stucco molding has been preserved above the door in the living room, which, in turn, makes the room more creative, unoriginal.
The wall, which "leans" on itself the main kitchen furniture and appliances, is lined with fine white tiles. It contrasts perfectly with the black floor and lockers, and the chairs and the table are started with them, rubbed, as if they are over a hundred years old. Why did we call it modern? Because there is an excellent technique of the firm here Smeg.