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Sweet Apartment Interior For A Baker

A sweets baker resides in this 49.57 square meter(534 square feet) Banqiao, Taiwan based home, created by A Lentil Design. The project, sweetly entitled ?Meio?s kitchen? was designed to include many details, with every single corner crafted with focus on refinement and exquisite taste, whilst still reading as clean and unadorned – just like one […]

A sweets baker resides in this 49.57 square meter(534 square feet) Banqiao, Taiwan based home, created by A Lentil Design. The project, sweetly entitled ?Meio?s kitchen? was designed to include many details, with every single corner crafted with focus on refinement and exquisite taste, whilst still reading as clean and unadorned – just like one of Meio?s classic scones. ?People who don’t love scones only never eat good scones.? says the baker. The designers explain that this minimal, relaxing space has been cooked to be enjoyed with a cup of tea, and to house two people – oh, and one furry friend (who probably gets to enjoy a lot of cake crumbs).

Besides the bathroom, but including the bedroom, there are only two separate rooms in this modest scaled apartment. We begin in the sitting area of the open plan living room, where a small tufted back sofa sits in front of a sliding window and door. The small space is packed with side tables, a bar cart, and a step to reach up to high shelves that doubles as a plant stand.

One side of the black aluminum framed window slides open over an adjacent recessed shelving unit. The displaced glass appears as an attractive display cabinet door in its secondary position.
The sliding door too moves into position over the display case, where the black frames align so as not to obstruct the view of the contents.

A desk has been placed in a passage of space between the living room, bedroom, bathroom and a storage area. From here the homeowners are able to see through the glass of the sliding window into the living room. When the window is closed, the study area becomes a quieter place for working, particularly as one of the inhabitants works in music. Opening the window up allows the option of a more sociable space when the desk is not in use, or when the user is just casually perusing the internet or using social media.

The bathroom is located opposite the living room door, directly past the study area. The only bedroom is located to the right.

A cheerful yellow rug zones the living room off from the kitchen-diner. In front of the sofa, a console unit and shelves house a few indoor plants. A pegboard wall to the left of the console provides a handy place to hang a few frequently used items. Instead of trying to hide away the utilitarian equipment, they have been picked out in a bright hue to bring colour to the small space. The entire floor is covered in a white gloss tile to give the packed room a smooth and cohesive finish.

Leading straight off the lounge area, a fresh white kitchen has an extensive run of base and wall cabinet...
Source: home-designing
URL: http://www.home-designing.com/


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