It’s always interesting how in time there are differences between two spaces. For the owners of these two homes, the living room and kitchen, both been spacious and very comfortable but with distinct contrasts. The owners wanted to create a flexible and welcoming space so a few changes had to be made.

They also wanted to use more than just furniture. Their only desire was to have nice cozy spaces. Since the owners worked from home all day, this also presented them with the challenge of finding a way to separate the kitchen from the living room. The kitchen needs to be, first of all, functional. It usually has a professional touch. It should be able to respond to your needs and to respond to your personal needs.

Also, there had to be a functional division of the space in order to create an airy and inviting impression of also lots of space and lots of natural freshness. This is also something that your guests might not like. But hey, at least you’ll be able to enjoy your home and you’ll be able to enjoy your nice home.

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This was a relatively simple project. The main idea was to create a living room, a kitchen, a dining room, a living room decor, a bathroom and a living room design that would somehow combine these functional requirements into the entertainment space. First of all, the owners wanted this place to be inexpensive and easy to maintain. They wanted it to be compact and practical and also to have its own style.{found on residenceoflla}.

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