A well-known bon mot says that size doesn't matter. We agree: it is not about how many square metres you have, but how imaginatively you use them. In this case, we have made the most of the space and turned a limited area into a very useful one. From the kitchen to the hallway.
The main space of the apartment, intended for rental housing, belongs to the kitchen connected to the living area. For the kitchen assembly, a dark anthracite colour was chosen - unusual to the eye and at the same time comfortable for everyday use. We painted the surface of the door with matt Evermatt, which protects the door from fingerprints. The centre shelf in Light Grey is also lacquered. The worktop and tiling are made of high-pressure laminate in Brown Marble.
A kitchen in full swing
The kitchen is thoughtfully equipped with AEG appliances - for example, the hot-air oven is smaller, so a vertical cabinet equipped with a pull-out can fit next to it. The ingredients you need are right at hand when cooking. A pull-out hood is located above the cooking zone. Above it is a top cabinet specially designed for small items and ingredients - such as spices, jars or teas. On the other side, above the washing centre, another gadget has found its place.
Hidden drain system
The upper cabinet contains a modern drain system. You'll appreciate it whenever you don't want to wait for the dishwasher to finish washing your favourite coffee cup. The assembly is framed by a fridge-freezer and a tall food cabinet with adjustable shelves.
Great ideas right from the start
The first thing you notice when you enter is how generous the apartment looks despite its small size. At the entrance hall, we installed closets with mirrored Alfa doors - one is classically straight, the other is round. Together, they visually enlarge the interior and add to its airiness. The inner part of the first wardrobe serves as a storage space with a built-in washing machine - thanks to clever planning, there is plenty of room for an ironing board and detergents. The second mirrored wardrobe serves as clothes storage. Next to it is an open storage area with a hanging system for handbags or jackets. Convenience guaranteed. In addition to its practical use, this solution also makes design sense: it conceals unsightly wiring. Another functional detail is the doorstop, which prevents the mirrors from breaking against the handle.
To make the living area perfectly match the kitchen, we added three low cabinets in the same design as the kitchen counter. However, the other areas of the apartment are also harmoniously connected. The bathroom received the same look; the wardrobe and the wall tiles in the bedroom were given the same colour shade as the wooden floor, using high-quality Creative Natural Oak laminate.