The overall layout of the design is mainly natural. The designer chose a solid and natural color system as the design theme in the lobby, compared Monsoon Green with antique white, and used color schemes to bring out the design style.
The designers unified the storage locations to form a characteristic wall effect in the living room t, creating a set of multi-purpose giant storage cabinets with a width of 14 feet.The designer also carefully planned some decorative areas to reduce the oppression brought by the large lockers.
The kitchen adopts an open design, and the cabinets are uniformly designed with wood grain, forming a deep contrast with the floor, creating a spatial level and implementing the design style.
The bedroom design uses rock gray blue and ebony veneer as design hues, creating a solid and generous style. An double bed creates a trip-type iron ladder, and the lower floor is a locker. In order to make it easier for the owner to access the objects, the designer also carefully arranged smart sensor lights inside the cabinet to provide a bright and convenient storage space.
The room on the other side is mainly the cat world created by the owner for pets. The designer took into account both aesthetics and practical planning at the same time in the design of the house.To improve the practicality of the room and allow cats to rest and play.
Working on this house was a lot of fun and very exciting, we look forward to designing more challenging spaces with pets in mind. To discover more about this please head on over to our portfolio page.