A tiny two storey apartment by Prague architects SMLXL Studio makes clever use of a difficult layout (three chimney breast pierce the space). White painted brick, open plan living, pallets as furniture and a definite industrial vibe all add up to a stylish home for its young owner. The original story is from Czech magazine Bydleni iDNES with thanks to reader Bara for the link and translation!
I think I have toilet envy – they're both gorgeous.
The look and design of this apartment seems very achievable! Perfect for the transitioning young-adult trying to shake the shrouds of dorm living and first apartment humility.
The sneaker closet is simple but I like it.
Very nice and ingenious the use of palets!
Everyone go get those pallets your local business is throwing away. It is wonderful white furniture in the making.
The simplicity of design and the decoration used on surfaces such as the brick is brilliant. I particularly like the way the kitchen units neatly fit under the stairs. Yasmin Chopin Interior Design
Rumour has it says:
Great idea to use pallets in your home. Simple, very charming and interesting.