In that case upper cabinets aren’t really necessary, as all items (most probably) perfectly fit in high cabinets on the floor
Grey and white tones are dominating in the flat. They are warmed up by wood and supplemented with copper, blue and pink.
I think that it has a little of everything but eclecticism doesn’t tick the eyes and looks quite harmonious.
Only bamboos reveal that the interior has exotic spice, and everything else is a mix of different styles.
I don’t even know what to begin with, as each corner of the flat has its charm!
The space itself is completely complicated with untraditional corners.
In addition, so that the space became physically bigger, loggia has been joined to the flat.
The colors of all rooms are perfectly combined, the same forms recur (in this case a circle).
As far as I find different styles here, I call it simply eclectic, however, a mid-century impact is brightly felt as well.