I’d like you to warn you that this interior was equipped in 2012, therefore, the prices would probably be higher now, but having in mind that a flat is in Poland the prices should be lower than in Lithuania.
One man lives here in this flat, therefore, the name of this flat is respective – “Peter’s flat”. The whole flat is exclusively black – white with one colorful carpet and wooden worktop in a bathroom. I personally lack coziness which could be achieved at least when lining the wooden floor or choosing different tiles in a bathroom which now create a complete chaos.
The usage of black broken lines in the doors of cabinets instead of handles is praiseworthy. They are combined with chairs and illumination solutions – it’s a focus and exclusivity of the whole flat. Unfortunately, the black lines which are on a wardrobe next to sofa look laid down not very nice. When you look at the wall in front of the sofa and kitchen it looks indeed nice but next to a sofa which proceeds from ceiling through a wardrobe on a wall looks not so good, there’s a lack of greater breakage, this form seems of too regular shape.
It’s a pity that there’re no mezzanine photos, even though, I guess that there’s only a mattress :)