Charming Three Room Apartment With Vintage Elements
Sep 08, 2011 18:22
Stylish yet classy, this apartment demonstrates how to add to the charm of one's home simply by adding a few key accessories:
Every corner of this 93 square meter apartment exudes elements of good taste. They make full use of the generous spaciousness without making it appear too cluttered. The living room is definitely the focal point of the home, with a comfortable sofa, a reading corner, a coffee table, a small bookcase and a TV set. To give it a more vintage feel, they've added three vintage chests, a fireplace and an old fashioned political map on the wall. Large windows make the area seem light and airy, a perfect place to crash after a hard day's work.
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