Apartment interiors of young couples in the old collective area of Thanh Xuan district, Hanoi surprised the transition from backward status, seriously degraded to modern, elegant after renovation.
The interior of the apartment is in a minimalist Nordic style but still extremely romantic thanks to the pastel blue color that appears quite dense in every corner of the apartment. Young couple was very satisfied with the results of interior renovation of this apartment.
Design: D + Studio
Area: 80 m2
Apartment furniture is too old, so the renovation is necessary.
The owner of this 80 m2 apartment is a romantic young couple who want to renovate the interior of the apartment in a Nordic style with a soft blue pastel tint for a few indoors.
Last but not least, young couples often invite friends to play so they need more space. Because of that, the architects of D + Studio have decided to choose only loose furniture, easy to lay down to put in the living room space to save space for this area.
The common space of the apartment is arranged by the architects is a multi-functional area from the dining room to the reception, reading, sightseeing, and also have cabinets. All gadgets are in the same space as the couple’s desire.
It is possible to see how young couples are characterized by the selection of furniture for common living space. Not necessarily the living room must have a sofa to call the living room. Here, just a romantic chair with a low tea table for guests to gather together is warm enough.
Wall mounted TVs are the solution to these modest housing areas.
The pastel blue color of the young couple is touched throughout the apartment from the living room into the kitchen for the romantic space, soothe the spirit of homeowners desire.
The bedroom is only 24 square meters but includes a place for rest, dressing area, dressing table and WC. Bathroom area is glass instead of concrete wall before.
Storage shelves for bathroom essentials are dotted with eye-catching brick wall tiles.
(Photo: Doan Phuong)