49 m² are not many but this apartment in Vilnius, Lithuania, shows us that you can live perfectly in that space and also with style and glamor. Although in this case the owners only use it as temporary housing when they visit the capital surely that many of us could live in it without any problem and permanently.
The distribution of the space offers comfort and privacy in equal parts. It has a large area of common space in which is the living area and a small kitchen with a bar to eat or drink.
The building that houses this apartment and a few more dates from the year 1904. It was initially built to house an apartment, as it is today, and later became a police station. The new design was made in 2016 by Interjero Architektura and shows an eclectic conglomerate of industrial, vintage and contemporary styles.
The base of the decoration is made up of neutral colors such as white and gray. The blue sofa brings a touch of contrast in the common space.
It is also worth mentioning the geometric decoration of the ceiling that animates and confers depth. The kitchen is small but sufficient and is very well integrated into the space. This common area is accessed directly from the exterior door of the apartment. The simple hall has been resolved with an industrial style hall table and a matching wall sconce.
Another relevant aspect is that of the wall, paneled in wood, which separates the common area from intimate living spaces. The bedroom and a bathroom are behind these gray doors so well concealed.
The mirrored cabinets help to give depth and create a feeling that the available space is greater. The industrial style stools and lights give this basic kitchen a special character. The good height of the ceilings allowed to create an attic over the kitchen that provides a good storage capacity.
The lamps used in each area of the home are a good resource to differentiate each space.
A modern but very cozy and intimate space that has become a magnificent refuge in the big city.
The bedroom follows the pattern of the rest of the apartment and is equipped with a huge wardrobe to have everything well ordered in this small apartment.
The bathroom is clearly vintage design with that floor that mimics the hydraulic tiles of the early twentieth century. To this are added the metro-style tiles used to line the walls and the golden faucets.
Small, but still has found space for a large closet to store all accessories and accessories commonly used in a bathroom.
The wooden furniture of the sink is responsible for providing warmth, along with the golden faucet, to this space designed in white and gray.