Minimalist living spaces like this 58 square meter apartment in Ukraine allow residents to incorporate their own creative tastes into the decor. Every piece of furniture adds to the quality and innovative atmosphere of the home. Specific decisions about the interior design give the home the right kind of feeling as you walk through.
Most of the furniture in the home is set low to the ground. Although the space is small, it creates the illusion that the rooms are larger and more spacious. The dark minimalist bed and beanbag chairs that replace larger furniture also add to this illusion. The home has white walls and long dark grey curtains that appear to stretch the ceiling higher. Natural light gives the apartment a breathable, open feel as if it were connected to the world outside.
This home in Kiev, Ukraine truly is one great example of how minimalist living spaces provide comfort and are customized to suit the personality of the residents.