The interior has different styles, but in common I could name it modern.
The most beautiful place of this 117 sq.m apartment in Ukraine is the huge windows with a panoramic view to the city which was created by joining two flats together. When I was looking at the photos for the first time I got an impression that the space is larger and I even was surprised when I saw the number of square metres. I've written about the interior of the same authors SVOYA Studio earlier (100 sq.m apartment in Ukraine), therefore, this one is going to have some similarities.
The interior has different styles, but in common I could name it modern. There’re more and more those types of interiors created in Lithuania, thus it should be “seen” somewhere. The colours white, blue and a rather strong wood prevail in an interior (even though the floor is rather light).
I liked that a living room, a kitchen and a dining room are next to each other, however, they’re sufficiently separated physically and visually. At first sight, the kitchen looks very small but when you glance at the plan (and some photos) it’s obvious that the big part of equipment and cabinets are hidden in a corridor area.
Probably the second best place of this apartment is a children’s room :) It’s rather a “prince room”, with beautiful wardrobe doors which imitate the castle.
A bedroom is rather solid and masculine, however, it’s cozy enough. A closet and a bathroom are hidden behind the glass door; it somehow reminds a hotel but is completely modern.
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