Wooden Paper Towel Holder Wall Mount
This is the hall with a glass pane that replaces the traditional glass railing. At bottom, the door leading to the kitchen. Downstairs is the dining room with marble floors and walls covered with paper. The back door is a sliding leaf. Everything in it is white, but not only the front walls, floors, ceilings, fabrics, . . . a neutral atmosphere, homogeneous, colorless, designed to highlight certain details. In this view, living room with classic style furniture, the foot of the table is recycled and the lamp is designed by the owner. The master bedroom in the same space integrates the sleeping area on one side, dressing in the center and the bathroom the other. In the bathroom, bath with twin basins between the legs of steel. This project was commissioned through the Internet, the customer sent us the measurements of the current state of your home and this is the proposal that we have come. They have eliminated most of the partitions to give breadth and the only doors that have been placed are sliding, they take up less space. For lack of space for storage was decided to put an entire wooden paper towel holder wall mount of closets in the bedroom. Furniture has been chosen to give lightness and load space, for it has chosen the color white that prevails throughout the furniture and using materials such as glass and mirror. In addition, most of the furniture is low-cost. The room is illuminated by lamps, which give the area of ??indirect light and through different floor lamps. At the bottom of the image, there are vertical planks covered with the same platform with which coated the floor used to visually separate the space with the lobby. In the bedroom was decided by a curtain of light on the headboard, which is achieved by an inverted Candileja. To give depth to this room was painted a wooden paper towel holder wall mount of chocolate brown, contrasting with the white of the rest of the walls. From the master bedroom is at the bottom, the bath, which is reached through two parallel lines of cabinets. To the right is an etched glass cabinet that hides the toilet and the shower is right to work (below), this whole area was lined with marble snake. To achieve broader sought continuity of space, why not put door separating the bathroom, there is only the cabin toilet, and also used the same glued oak flooring in the rest of the house. The second bathroom was lined with marble snake except the niche formed by placing suspended sanitary, which was painted chocolate, plus a halogen-placed to illuminate the paintings from the owner. The guest bathroom was painted playing with two colors, white and chocolate. The niches left by placing a toilet suspended wooden paper towel holder wall mount ceiling is painted white. As you can see, the ground is the same as in the master bathroom and the rest of the house. This is a comprehensive reform in an apartment close to Plaza Castilla, in the original state all the walls were lined with cork and was divided into many rooms, so despite being eighth was not clear. The aim was to give it light, so they created more space and used a neutral color range, also for the flooring throughout the house was used microcemento. Materials neutral colors and seamless intensify the feeling of spaciousness and light. In these images of the hall and lounge shows the continuity of microcemento, the only distinction made was to give a gray tone to the kitchen area, highlighted by the pillar. This photo shows the kitchen in the living room and a central island makes the separation between the two environments and serves as the office desk. The furniture is lacquered in black and white Silestone countertop is, the front wooden paper towel holder wall mount was coated with lacquered glass in the same color. The bathrooms were coated with microcemento of an orange tint on the back wooden paper towel holder wall mount to give greater depth. The niche that was built on the toilet tank was coated mirror suspended optically doubling the space. . . .