The designers of the Hofman Dujardin Architects company have finished interior works of the apartment in Amsterdam. This is a two-story apartment with a living room, kitchen and dining room on the ground floor and with two bedrooms and a bathroom on the second. During the reconstruction process almost every detail of the apartment was completely changed. High ceilings became the starting point on which the entire design is based. Indeed, this is the detail which makes the apartment look spacious, bright and airy. By the way, designers managed to enhance the feeling of free space and used white as the dominant color in the interior. There is a lot of contrasting accents: a dark wooden floor, bed, designer’s lamps over the dining table, a table lamp and a vase. All these items add some brightness to the apartment interior, so it doesn’t look ordinary and routine.

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