@ home in Vienna

austria home livingHigh ceilings make this  484 sq ft/45 sq m, seem spacious. And what it may lack in space, it certainly makes up for in personality. Perhaps that is because the homeowner, a graphic designer, made an effort to get himself organized and put together a few moodboards before deciding what to do with the space. He has gone out of his way to lend his personal touch just about everywhere.

And I think I am just about ready now to start decorating all furniture legs at home.

austria home dining

austria home kitchen

austria home bedroomBoxes are tucked away just about everywhere for additional storage.  Always a practical solution in a small space.

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@ home in Vienna — 9 Comments

  1. Oh, what a cute apartment! Especially like how he hung his art in a band in the dining room. Did you notice the 90210 neon sign? PS. I now have the urge to decorate some of my furniture legs as well…

  2. This is my idea of an apartment! The tinier the better :) I have the same sofa, but with a different slip cover and have been considering going the light gray route; these photos might have convinced me! I like the mis-matched cabinetry in the kitchen, feels very la boheme. xo

  3. Those furniture legs really got me as well. And you know what, the hotel that I stayed in in Vienna had pretty much the same layout as the apartment shown above. I should have paid more attention to the architectural details

  4. There are so many things I like here – yes, the cute sofa legs, the parquet floors, the skate boards on the bedroom wall, and all those other quirky little touches – very cool! x

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