The 63m² apartment is designed with a youthful style, bright colors, the main areas are completely separate to create privacy for the young single girl.
If you are a lover of light and elegant interior decoration style with bright colors, you will surely be attracted by the living space of a young single girl that we introduce today. She owns an apartment of 63m², so it is very comfortable when arranging furniture and zoning functional areas. The living room, kitchen and bedroom are completely separate, creating absolute privacy for the female owner.
The apartment has many open windows to receive natural energy, plus a variety of lighting systems, so it looks very beautiful. The combination of herringbone-shaped wooden floors with classic patterned cement tiles also helps the spaces become more lively and have a clearer zoning.
And now, we invite you to follow us inside to visit the young girl’s apartment designed by the team of Merenkova Design!
Right from the entrance hallway, the apartment is noticeable by the light and the beautiful olive green and white wall color scheme. The floor is tiled with classic patterned cotton tiles, partitioned with the main living area inside the apartment.
The 4-compartment storage cabinet stands out against the olive green wall, surrounded by many photos showing the owner is a girly personality. On the top of the cabinet, a luxurious table lamp provides light for the hallway. A pink stool is arranged to change shoes conveniently.
The small corner we see is the home office area with compact furniture, contrasting colors between the white table and black chair. On the wall is a collection of masks collected by her during her travels.
The living room is partitioned with a light blue carpet, a gentle texture. A white sofa with soft pillows, in addition to a neat armchair and stool, completely eliminates the familiar water table in the living room.
A wooden storage shelf with lots of compact squares to display books, decorative accessories, and cleverly partition the living room – office. The ceiling and walls of the living room are arranged with luxurious black lighting systems.
Most of the indoor areas have large windows, creating favorable conditions for receiving airy natural light sources. The corner of the living room arranged a large mirror along the wall to “double” the light. Potted plants are added to make the room more lively.
If the living room or bedroom area chooses herringbone patterned wood for a warm beauty, the cooking and dining space chooses the same type of cement tile as the hallway for easy cleaning and distribution. clearer area.
White L-shaped kitchen cabinets, luxurious copper-plated door handles. Light wood paneled kitchen countertops, backsplash with small square tiles for striking green painted walls. The lovely dining table with pastel tones, from the chairs, flower vases, ceiling lights to the curtains, is extremely feminine.
The bedroom also has a large window with thick curtains to create privacy when needed. On the walls are delicate floral paintings, slender ceiling lamps for warm golden light, and handmade macrame accessories for decoration.
The left corner of the bed has a wardrobe with a height close to the ceiling to enhance the storage function. Right next to the wardrobe is a dressing table with lights attached around a rectangular mirror, above it is a pretty decorative pin board.
The bathroom is a combination of many colors: The upper part of the wall connected to the ceiling is painted in black to create a striking depth against the white background. Even on the floor, partition the toilet and bathroom with cement tiles and wood floors.
A multi-colored painted trapezoidal shelf next to the bathtub for compact storage, a bamboo and rattan basket with a lid to store dirty clothes in the corner of the room, a large cabinet with an overlapping washer and dryer arrangement. to save floor space.
Only on one wall, the interior designer has combined the mystery of black, the brightness of white brick and the vibrancy of terrazzo motifs. The dark blue vanity cabinet and gold-plated metal faucet also become the highlight for the bathroom.
Interior design diagram of the 63m² apartment provided by the design team of Merenkova Design.