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60m apartment in the old dormitory, super renovated

When visiting this apartment, people will understand that, if you are living in a cramped, dark apartment with no beauty of any style, it will not leave an impression on the visitor’s mind. Whatever, it is definitely the fault of the owner of the house, of the people living in the family. Because this 60m2 apartment is an example that cannot be more typical.

The apartment doesn’t have any advantages, on the contrary, there are countless disadvantages, but the space has been spectacularly transformed, morphing unbelievable to make every square meter useful and charming for life. Every days.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 1.

The outside scenery is quite old and dusty.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 2.

The space inside is almost nothing special.

The owner of this apartment is a nurse. The apartment in the dormitory has been built since the 80s. The space from inside to outside is nothing special. The owner extremely loves a comfortable, private life, the space is simple in terms of interior and decoration but brings comfort and convenience.

To repair and renovate the space effectively, the apartment has been surveyed and planned by the owner of the house to renovate each functional area. What is not reasonable has also been listed for radical improvement. The old house structure with load-bearing walls no longer ensures safety. All are “bulleted” and offer the most radical fix.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of ten thousand people after the renovation - Photo 3.

Balcony and living room area before renovation.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 4.

The space “makeover” is surprisingly beautiful.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 5.

The living room can also be turned into a rest area.

What this woman wants to do is expand the space in terms of visibility as well as increase natural light. The functional areas are both seamlessly connected and cleverly integrated to help the small apartment still become convenient and modern.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 6.

Right in the balcony area is arranged a simple curtain to separate the window and get light when needed. The living room is also decorated simply and delicately with gray color. From the sofa with drawers below, to the rug and the standing light in harmony, it creates a soft and delicate space in the Nordic style.

In addition, the bookshelf system is impressively connected to the TV shelf. The daily dining area is also selected with wooden furniture in the same tone with shelves and floors to create an impressive connection, creating closeness, warmth and increasing friendliness and beauty, spaciousness. for common spaces.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of ten thousand people after the renovation - Photo 7.

Convenient multi-function shelf.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 8.
A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 9.

The functional areas are seamlessly connected.

The owner of the house is very fond of the simple and modern design style, simple in interior design lines as well as color coordination. Therefore, the dining area is cleverly connected with the dining chair and sofa to increase the usable area. Besides, the dining space is warmer and more pleasing to the eye when there are decorative accents from wall paintings, white lamps and some decorations on the table.

The dark, old kitchen area has been cleverly renovated with white tiles to increase the visual area. To make the cooking area convenient and neat, the owner of the apartment cleverly designed a system of I-shaped cabinets, parallel on both sides of the wall with built-in cabinets with many compartments. Above are displayed the necessary equipment and supplies. Neatness is always a “key” part of creating a spacious space.

The 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 10.

The kitchen is cramped and dark.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in, transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 11.

The kitchen space is renovated with smart decor and arrangement.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 12.

Beautiful small kitchen corner with full modern equipment.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 13.

Small, cozy dining corner.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of ten thousand people after the renovation - Photo 14.

Wall murals highlight the dining area.

The bedroom has also changed dramatically, making a complete makeover as if wearing a new shirt that is simple but also full of love and utility. Space is limited but design ideas are never finite. Therefore, the bedroom is arranged with a bed, a dressing table, a bedside table with natural wood color, simple and good-looking.

A simple wooden clothes rack is neatly placed in the corner of the room, creating both convenience when hanging things and creating fancy decorative accents for the resting space.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 15.

The bedroom is decorated with soft colors.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 16.
A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of ten thousand people after the renovation - Photo 17.

The resting corner is arranged with warm yellow lamps.

Built-in wardrobe with wooden color matching the bed and dressing table. The resting space also becomes neater and more airy. Although the room is modest, the room always brings a pleasant feeling to the user thanks to the simplification of the interior and color but still retains the convenience and coziness.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 18.

Gray and white still play the role of the dominant color. The functional space always maintains harmony with natural light to keep every little corner fresh and warm.

The second bedroom is cleverly designed in Japanese style. Wood color plays the role of the main color, plus the bed creates a subtle and beautiful look for the small room.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 19.

The second bedroom is decorated in Japanese style.

The bathroom with a narrow, rather cramped and dark space was also renovated and arranged in a harmonious space. From the standing shower area arranged inside to the outside area is the toilet and wash basin.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 20.

The bathroom is small but still has all the essentials.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 21.

The room with simple equipment, delicate decoration is enough to make the small room more spacious and airy.

Balcony is also an integral part of this woman’s life. The small outdoor area is impressively decorated with a small set of gray tables and chairs in the same tone as the accent color inside the house. Add white curtains to reduce light when needed. A few small details from trees and decorations make the balcony more charming and soft.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 22.

Balcony is considered as a relaxing “outdoor” room of the homeowner.

The 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of ten thousand people after the renovation - Photo 23.

The space is cleverly arranged with the necessary functional areas.

The 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seemed to want to live in transformed into the dream space of ten thousand people after the renovation - Photo 24.

An impressively decorated little corner.

A 60m² apartment in the old dormitory that no one seems to want to live in transforms into the dream space of thousands of people after the renovation - Photo 25.

Every little corner is as beautiful as a dream, gentle and pretty.

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