We want to introduce you to amazingthe interior of the apartment in which the young woman lives, specializing in the design of residential and public buildings. These miniature but comfortable apartments are located in the beautiful city of Gothenburg. The hostess herself personally created this cozy nest. She added some color to the main snow-white background, and divided the housing into zones. Now the apartment has a living room, bedroom, home office, kitchen and comfortable dressing room. Even if you do not pay attention to the fact that the space is small, it has everything you need for a comfortable stay. The main task that the author has set herself is to correctly place accents and take into account addictions - after all, each person has his own life rhythm and his home must correspond. Everything is individual: one in this space will be comfortable, and the other will feel uncomfortable in it.
Kate St. Hill has already made repairs to hera three-room London apartment about 6 years ago, when she lived in it with several school friends. But then the friends moved out, and Kate's boyfriend moved to her, and the time came for the transformation of the youth hostel into a nest for a couple in love. To do this, she re-plastered the walls in the living room, laid out carpets in the bedrooms, and designed the entire interior in a snow-white range to emphasize the expressiveness of bright furniture, bedspreads, pillows and paintings. We invite our readers to take a tour of the renewed space of Kate St. Hill’s apartment.
Location: Central London Owners: Kate St. Hill and her young man Size: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom At a time when there were female students in the apartment, this living room was used as a bedroom. Now this is Kate's favorite room. Anyone needs to have a place where he can relax and rest. The apartment owner prefers to do it with a morning newspaper, a cup of good coffee and breakfast from a French bakery next door, opening the door leading to. Scandinavian style greatly influenced Kate's aesthetic perception. She felt him as her own during a two-month trip to the Nordic countries a couple of years ago. Visits to the studio of the Finnish designer Anvar Aalto and the Marimekko store made an indelible impression on the girl. Ikea furnishings began to play with new colors in combination with different elements. So, the sofa Karlstad significantly transformed thanks to the pillows of colorful cotton and dark flax. White walls provide the perfect backdrop forDemonstration of the favorite things of the owner of the apartment like this chair with metal legs from Eames, donated to Kate's birthday by her boyfriend. Saint Hill works for the magazine and is printed as well as her boyfriend. Hence the impressive stacks of glossy publications on the floor. This rack is really like Kate. It holds a huge amount of a wide variety of items. The girl believes that all kinds of postcards, magazines and other trifles make up the individuality of any home. A charming armchair from the 60sScandart with dark gray upholstery and teak frame is distinguished by the purity of the lines that Kate wanted to see in the space of her home. She was lucky to discover this rarity on eBay. Actually, Kate had a limited budget,therefore, a lot of things were purchased on eBay, including this Saarinen-style dining table. Another successful find is the Ercol chair, bought at a local antiques fair for $ 25. A large-scale snapshot of Kate Moss by photographer Mario Testino added bright accents to the relaxed living room palette. The kitchen in the back of the apartment has becomethe subject of Kate's design research. It is much smaller and darker than both the bedrooms and the living room. White Ikea modules, installed along two adjacent walls, form a streamlined modern image of the interior, and a stainless steel worktop decorated the breakfast rack. Open shelves all from the same Ikea absolutely notclutter up the narrow space of the kitchen. They showcase the finest items from Kate’s Chinese porcelain collection, bringing romance to pastels in a detached, white wall decor. On a simple white corkboard, Kate’s favorite photos and postcards are collected. South-facing windows in one of the bedroomsallow the sun to generously illuminate and warm the room. The abundance of white color contributes to maintaining a cheerful atmosphere during the most overcast London days. The Indian wall mural contrasts the modern laconic double bed of Ikea, bedside tables and bed linen. A full-length mirror also helps to increase the bedroom illumination. An armchair next door was bought at a local antique fair. Color-packed books should be of visual interest to those present. The finish of the coffee color with milk warms the interior of the bathroom, and the multitude of sparkling chrome parts does not allow it to appear too dark. Lavender blooming drawers decorate the balcony next to the living room.