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A small apartment in the industrial style is a smart plant
This small apartment is located in Hollywood, California and was designed by interior Funn Roberts. He makes the most of a small space, and shows some interesting tricks for small spaces. The apartment is 54 m2 big, but impressed by the style and the intelligent layout. And here's the surprise - a famous actor is the owner of "cabin loft", namely Vincent Kartheiser of Mad Men
The small apartment Vincent Kartheiser
Control corresponds to the style of Japanese industry was where old and new combine to art. Wood, steel and warm colors create a cozy atmosphere that is perfectly complemented by antique furniture of high quality. The designer has done something of note this small area and used the small place to live effectively. The room was divided into different levels, with the bed simply leaves from the ceiling. With 300 pounds, which is transported to the ceiling or hidden, if necessary, behind a red curtain. The solid wood headboard blends perfectly with the rest of the furniture.
Small apartment in Japanese industrial look
Another highlight is an open shower, which is good in the bathroom sink and the amazing stone, which looks very natural. Black tiles define the entire shower area. The bathroom and closet were hidden behind sliding doors, custom fiberglass and steel Japanese inspiration. They shine magically at night when lit from behind.
Wood and stainless steel in the kitchen
Comfortable and lightweight
the bed can be reduced by up
red curtain divides the room
Access to the terrace