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This casual dining/writing table is the perfect height to hide behind the sofa. It's made from a similar wood as the floor for an ultra-cohesive aesthetic.Ready to embrace neutrals? These gray-themed interiors offer plenty of design inspiration.
Screen Shot 2016-01-14 at 11.04.07 PMThis dark toned romantic apartment in Kiev sports a hammock!
The color scheme gets its energy from the gorgeous contrast of deep orange and flattering blue.Vivid colors and large geometry-themed murals transform this stylish apartment.

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This second bedroom features the same wall textures used in the living room. Large rounded lights smooth out the aesthetic and the dancing Shiva idol provides a point of interest.This cozy modernist apartment uses textural interior elements in a dramatic grayscale theme.
A stylish white bedroom resides inside the central divider. Such a smart use of space!These modern apartments offer creative ways to organize and decorate within a small studio layout.
Both the table mat and the utility cart are from IKEA as well, from the PANNÅ and RASKOG lines respectively. This angle also reveals the oh-so-subtle textural treatment applied to the white walls on the right.These modern apartments make the most of their black and white decor by incorporating an abundance of art – paintings, sculptures,...
Study desks occupy either side of the climbable divider, demonstrating the necessary balance between work and play.This extraordinary apartment features versatile modular furniture and a mind-blowing playroom for the kids.
Designed by Iryna Dzhemesiuk, this Tel Aviv apartment features a warm and comfortable living room decorated with soft textures that beckon the viewer to reach out and touch them. From fuzzy wool to unfinished concrete, this space mixes and matches tactile experiences to make every square meter unique in its own right.These modern apartments demonstrate two different ways to use texture in interior design - one features a soft and comfortable app...

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Cantilever side tables slide under the sofa for a space-saving and extra-functional touch. The entire living space is tied together by a cozy black rug so the feet can hit something a little warmer than marble after spending an evening curled up with a book.Dark interior design can be lively, welcoming, and extremely luxurious - as demonstrated by three exciting apartments with enviabl...
hovering-staircaseThree homes from the same designer use sleek modern style to create unique, soothing spaces.
The first apartment is in the heart of Marais and measures 50 square meters (538 square feet). Exposed wood beams from the original structure really pop against white walls for an effective eclectic design. Natural materials are used throughout the space to play off of these stunning means. A solid walnut wall conceals the practical spaces of the house while class separates out the bedroom, allowing plenty of sunlight to filter into this top floor apartment.These apartments from French designer Margaux Beja are just as chic as you would expect.
The first space is actually a model of a home/office hotel concept called Zoku that is slated to open in Amsterdam later this year. The Zoku loft measures 24 square meters (258 square feet) and is all about intelligent use of space. Designed to have enough flexibility that working professionals can stay for extended periods, work comfortably, and even entertain clients when necessary, this loft has to cover all the bases. The King size bed is hidden behind a creative wood slat wall, tucked away from sight. This lets anyone entering the loft focus on the common living areas, from the kitchen to the dining room. The live/work space also features bicycle storage and cozy work areas that are ideal for creatives.Four amazing and adorable studio spaces that feature comfy and cozy lofted beds.
Not every part of the home is quite so dreary, however. Both the bedroom and a conversation nook by the large window in the main living area are rather bright. Though the tones stick to neutral, natural sunlight provides a bit of warmth and levity.Two family homes that use interior glass walls to create separation with style.

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soft-gray-chairWe feature 5 small space apartments that look beautiful and at the same time make the best use of what they have.
The living, kitchen, and dining space all have easy communication with one another. In order to make this possible, the design has to both separate and connect the disparate spaces. Patterns and unique design elements manage to do this well. In the kitchen, a half wall made out of wood slats creates more division but still allows light and air to flow through. Similarly, a swirled rug design in the living room contrasts a checked pattern in the entryway, which makes it easier to divide spaces.An apartment in Lviv makes good use of space and design for a modern, open feel.
constellation-artThe colorful, fun designs that characterize so many kid's rooms don't have to be unsophisticated and this apartment proves it.
low-soft-sofaThis minimalist home in Russia is a perfect zen retreat for a clean family of four.
The first space comes from designer Mario Stoica, who uses a range of colors and modern textures to create a comfortable, vibrant space. In the living room, light grays provide a neutral canvas for different shades of green, giving the space the feeling of new growth and new beginnings, which is perfect for a young and growing family. The open floor plan makes it easy to relax on one of the large sofas or sit for a few hours and refuse to eat your broccoli, if necessary.Step inside these luxury apartments for young couples with kids.

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Concrete works well in lofts, to be sure, but you don't have to have an artsy spot overlooking downtown to make it work. This space is super chic and uses a lot of disparate style elements to create a unified look. The exposed concrete in the living room definitely give the home a bit of an edge while interior glass walls separate the bedroom from the rest of the house. Glass blocks in the kitchen and both let in lots of natural light without compromising privacy.These studio apartments use sleek concrete finish to channel the warm industrial trend.
The pattern choices in this next space are even more outlandish, though in entirely unique ways. In the kitchen area, a busy Scandinavian tiled look would be overpowering if it were done in any color other than a neutral grayish blue. A bright green shag rug and sharply pointed light fixtures add a bit of texture to the small space as well.Featuring four studio apartments that take creative liberties with patterns.
huge-bookcaseThis modern home in the suburbs of Kiev is the perfect weekend retreat for a young family who wants to relax in harmony and beauty...
The first apartment was designed for a young and stylish woman pursuing fashion. In the small studio space the designer has not only made an area for creation - with a folding sewing table and mannequin - but also taken inspiration from the timeless style icon that is Audrey Hepburn. Starting with an irreverent image of the beauty chewing gum, the entire story of the space was written. From Tiffany blue walls in honor of her classic role to bright pops of yellow and hints of black, it's an ideal space for a young woman striking out on her own and belonging to no one.Apartment design inspiration for those with a really small space. We feature four options for apartments under 50 square meters.
parisian-designThis lush and gorgeous apartment in Paris with crown molding and modern furniture is the stuff French dreams are made of.

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orange-design-ideasFive studio apartments each use a unique and stylish elements for warm and artistic interiors.
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