Suave 160sqm apartment blended in Modernism, Scandinavian and a litle bit of Retro

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Suave 160sqm apartment blended in Modernism, Scandinavian and a litle bit of Retro

You may not think that Modernism, Scandinavian and Retro have a lot in common, but when it comes to home design, they’re a lot more similar than you may think. See our introduction design below you will realize the beauty when blending these styles together.

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The apartment belongs to Ms. Tran Phuong Dung (a producer, interior designer, press collaborator) with an area of 160 square meters. The apartment is designed by its homeowner with a mixture of Modernism, Scandinavian and a little of Retro, it has a kitchen looking like a restaurant.

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The apartment is a mixture of sleek Modernism with liberal Scandinavian and a little bit of Retro with nostalgic value. Main color tones are greatly elegant including white, cream, wooden gold, copper gold of metallic and laminate materials with streaks imitating natural stone patterns. The owner does not like the cluttered assembly, for her all ideas must have the unity of shapes, materials and colors to create harmony and not lose the unique character of each detail. The living room is arranged with a set of table and sofas made from Swedish pine. 

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Interior furnitures are mostly made of wood that relects personality of the owner who is liberal, immaginative as well as loving freedom and close to the nature. Television shelve and sofa table are made of laminate material itimating natural stone patterns. In addition to the modernity, living room also has a slightly classic touch, colored in time thanks to old souvenirs that play the role of decorating the space

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Walls with large decal flower motifs create comely accents, break the silence of white color tone, create a fresh look for the space.

Suave 160sqm apartment blended in Modernism, Scaninavian and a litle bit of Retro
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A wooden cabinet in the living room helps homeowner to store small things.

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Homeowner also puts indoor plants in many corners of the apartment to purify the air that bring a sense of relaxation and peace.

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Being a person who loves kitchen spaces in restaurants and coffee shops, homeowner simulates her kitchen as a real restaurant. ‘I boosted the light effect, painted a chef by myself on the wall in the dining table, I put two wooden shelves for storing bottles of wine, jars of cereal and books of cooking and baking’, she revealed.

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The partition between kitchen and living room is also a place to store utensils, at the same time being a mini bar so that homeowner can still sip a drink and watch television while she is in the kitchen.

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A mini bar in the kitchen at extreme close-up.

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The island of kitchen (a type of kitchen table is placed separately in the kitchen space helping user to access and cook from both sides) as well as a miniature bar for homeowner or her relatives and friends to drink and chat while she is cooking.

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A place for drinks, candies and snacks for homeowners and friends to sip in the spare time.

Posting: Lucy Nguyen
Photo: NVCC

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