At the starting point, the kitchen was located in a room facing the inner yard. During the renovation, it was pushed more inwards so that another bedroom could be added to the entity. This new bedroom would be for one person, but the wish was to also place an extra bed in the room that could be put aside when not in use. To answer this need we designed a piece of flexible fixed furniture that combines storage, a desk and an extra bed on one side of the bedroom.
The atmosphere was kept airy and calm by using light and natural tones of grey, blue and beige. All new pulls, handles and taps were chosen in a contrasting brushed black steel surface. To add some elegant cosiness, the material palette was mixed with wooden surfaces, characteristic and soft textiles, three-dimensional tiles and marble-patterned quartz. A contemporary thin molding at a higher part of the walls adds to a slightly classical feeling across the apartment, bringing a subtle link to the architectural style of the building and its facade.