Living in an apartment with an alluring design is without the slightest doubt something that virtually everyone would consider. If you also want to live in such apartment, you can try building an apartment on your own and apply an alluring design to the apartment.
If you consider building such apartment, you can get some apartment design ideas from another apartment and one of the apartments with alluring designs you can get some design inspiration and ideas from is the Smolenka â€˜Oak Tubeâ€™ Apartment.
The Smolenka â€œOak Tubeâ€ Apartment is a 1,184 square-foot apartment whose interior was designed by Peter Kostelov, a Russian studio and of course, the apartment has a lot to offer.
The alluring thing about the apartment is the fact that many parts of the apartments are made from wood including the floor, the walls, as well as the apartmentâ€™s ceiling. If you want to get some design ideas from the apartmentâ€™s alluring design, here are varied parts of the apartment you might need to know about.
Constituting an apartment with a lot of parts which are made from wood, the Smolenka â€˜Oak Tubeâ€™ Apartment has a lot to offer including a dining room, a living space, as well as a guest space and a working place.
Located in Moscow, Russia, the apartment itself used to get very little access to the sunlight which means that the sun did not get into a large part of the apartment. As a result, glass wall was used in the apartment and the glass wall itself can be blinded with curtains if necessary.
Another stunning thing the apartment can offer is its living room as the living room in the apartment is finished with oak tree that gradually goes from the apartmentâ€™s ceiling to its floor and walls with some built-in closets, desk, as well as shelves.
In addition, the apartment also has a bedroom that is divided into some sections that also have some smooth closed passages between the ceiling, walls, and floor. If you want to use the apartmentâ€™s design as inspiration, you can look at the pictures of the apartment captured by Zinon Razutdinov.