Small Budapest Loft With Plenty Of Modern Refinements
Jan 02, 2014 17:13
Hard to believe, but this stylish, contemporary home built by interior designer Kate Koppany only measures in at 786 square feet! Located in Budapest, Hungary, the living and dining zone was combined to save up space, while the the bedroom features soft hues of beige and brown as well as the dim lighting, resulting in a highly welcoming environment.
Other eye-catching elements include the clock on a feature wall in the open plan living room, decorative painting, the modern fireplace or the well planned LED lighting throughout the home. But the best part has to be the cozy terrace that offers stunning views of Budapest’s lovely central streets. More photos below:
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