This modern flat in Taiwan – indescribably warm and contemporary and bribed with its elegant stylistics and possible adaptation in Lithuania... This interior could completely fit and in Lithuanian interior dimension and it is definitely possible to create something similar in your own flats.
As it‘s stated in the source of those photos, clear purified forms and neutral color palette (with just some brighter color focuses) are used in a design. A hidden wardrobe system contains the part of an interior axis that creates a lightness and space impression in an interior. Some doors which visually do not look like ones look rather nice because a door texture continued up to a ceiling seems to eliminate ceiling. In the sitting room next to the mirror there are not the floating doors as it can look at first sight, but normal doors without frames leading one to the next room!
The very charming bedroom...I‘d say it‘s perfect! The colors are so relaxing and seated windowsill is so inviting... A unite furniture construction passing through from night table to a writing table looks rather modern... Well, it‘s a really modern flat! This kind of solution is more used in hotels, but perfectly suits in private interiors, too.
And the other bedroom admires by its night table – suitcase and a wall decor in a bed-head. It‘s a pity that there‘re no bathroom photos. It would be interesting to see whether a unity of stylistics is saved.