You might think that a 5ft-wide apartment might be too narrow and boring to live in. Well, one similar apartment in Darlinghurst, Sydney has defied all the odds with its design. The house comes with a cool style and theme that makes it both appealing and somewhat roomy.
Dark Meets Bright
The first thing you would notice in this apartment is the common white-black theme all around the house. The entry leads you to the dining area, then the living area. All these sections feature white floors and ceiling, with fitted black wardrobes on one side. The stark black wardrobes extend to the upper floor that still features white walls and other bright elements.
First off, the occupant of this apartment has allowed natural light to flow freely all around. The large window panes are the major factors that let natural light to flow around the house. Also, there are other plants, both inside and on the balcony. These help to bring in the Mother Nature touch into the house.
Compact but well-packed
This apartment might seem too narrow compared to many other apartments in the suburban neighborhood, but it has been designed with elegance. It is basically a large rectangular hall that has been split into two floors. The first floor features a well-styled kitchen, a cozy living room, and a garden-themed dining space. The second floor features two bedrooms, a studying section with a bookshelf, and a bathroom. One bedroom has access to the balcony that delivers a panoramic view.
Glasses are used in plenty around the house, and they complement the white theme perfectly to make the house seem roomy. The furniture used are also unique and extra stylish, and this is a perfect apartment for a young family or two friends. Even though it seems small, the house is incredibly cozy and welcoming. Some spotlight fixtures are included to light up the house when darkness creeps in. Every section around this apartment is interesting.