An Apartment Design In Bright Colors With Optimal Functions
MID House is a beautiful home with bright colors and optimal functions. By skillfully and ingeniously applying Scandinavian interior design, Hulaa Studio has brought homeowners a comfortable, fresh and cost-saving space. Let’s make a tour to this beautiful home.
The small apartment with bright colors and open design makes the apartment much more spacious. Anyone who enters this home will be surprised at the cool, refreshing and airy space of an apartment which only owns 66sqm.
The apartment has a small area but is reasonably designed by the architect, carefully calculated from color to materials. As a result, the apartment space looks more compact than it actually is due to the reasonable layout of functions, the use of bright colors in harmony with the slender interior lines.
The front room area is cleverly separated by a translucent glass partition, creating enough privacy for the interior space, but still ensuring visual ventilation.
The dining area and living room are connected to make the common living space much more spacious. The living room is the most vital space in the apartment because of neutral color wall background, combined with white stone tiles to make the long wall no longer boring. In addition, the living room interior is also designed to be slim and aesthetically pleasing, making the space more spacious and not being occupied by too much furniture.
MID House has 2 separate bedrooms: 1 master bedroom for the owner and 1 beautiful bedroom for the daughter. The master bedroom is a bit stylish but not too fussy. In addition, all furniture in the bedroom such as the bed – wardrobe – chalk table is of neutral color that makes the room look much more elegant.
MID House is not too large in area, only 66sqm but under architects’ skillful hands its space becomes much larger while still ensuring the comfort of each functional area. Its space not only is reasonable, but also possesses a bright color that helps to energize all family members when returning home.
Article: Dilys Do
Photo source: Hulaa Studio.