This small apartment in Lithuania shows us how a small apartment can be stylish and functional, but laconic. The designers tried to maintain the harmonious relationship with Vilnius Old Town while decorating the apartment.
The monochrome background enhances muted colors and makes the artwork stand out. Cold gray tones are balanced out by velvet fabrics, which also contrast with the structured ceiling. The living room is connected to the kitchen, which has elegant green cabinets and a gray back wall. The dining area is limited to the kitchen island, which fulfills a double function. Choosing muted hues was a good compromise: small rooms require lighter hues, but if you don’t bother with them, you can choose muted hues with bolder colors.
The living room shows gray walls, a wooden floor clad with chevron and a matching TV unit. A large window is covered with dusty pink curtains that create a relaxing ambience with other muted tones in the room. There is a large blue velvet sofa (velvet is the trend of the year!), A built-in shelf behind it, and a television. A beautiful sculptural armchair in maroon color contrasts with the sofa and gives color to the room.
The master bedroom has mint walls, a large wardrobe with sliding doors, a couple of wall lights and small black bedside tables – who needs more for a comfortable sleep? The bathroom is quite small with a long vanity, mirror, and a textured wall made of different types of tiles. This is a good idea for spicing up a neutral room – rocking some textures.