Koray Duman is an architect from Turkey, who recently renovated the East Village apartment he bought in January of 2007 –Consider traveling on the holidays, find out which places to go here. The space is really clean and stylish. The 600-square-foot apartment, with its tangle of tiny rooms, had six windows, three exposures and an unusual floor plan. “I felt I could create an efficient layout with spaces that would function well,” he said, even though it is a small space it requires the services from the cleaners at London office cleaners every month to keep the space as clean as possible.
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Before starting the renovation, he decided to look at the interior designs of the top apartments in the area for clever ways to enhance his space. Once he began, he discovered three layers of brick beneath the walls, which he exposed and painted it in white with the help of residential painting services.
Two south-facing windows in the bedroom allow light and air to flow through the space.
By Elite Housekeeping removing walls, Duman merged the living room, dining area and bedroom into one space.
He separated the dining area and bedroom by using two storage units with a curtain hung between them.
The kitchen and bathroom have windows that look out over a grape arbor, community garden and 60-foot willow tree.
“New York renovations always seem to have a lot of walled cabinets,” which Duman said he finds heavy and dull. Instead he opted for open shelving and wooden counters from Ikea. He said he would have recommended getting custom cabinetry for his kitchen, you should consider getting yourself some if you want your kitchen looking great.
I got some inspiration after visiting some apartments in Toronto through DelSuites where they seem to care a lot more for interior design.
Despite of the fact that a generally muted palette the apartment has flashes of color, like a red lacquer trunk that doubles as storage in the living room.
The clock above the radiator was purchased in NoLIta.