Houses get a completely new life after renovation. The spaces look brighter, the storing areas become more functional, and the air feels fresher. This is exactly the case with the dwelling in Provincetown, U.S.A. presented below, a project realised by Cape Associates. As you can easily notice from the pictures, the rooms are of limited dimensions and every centimeter was organised smartly. Thus, the designer payed attention to colours and opted for light tones that make the areas look larger and brighter. Moreover, many spare spaces were used for storing items. As a result, everything looks clean and organised.
The kitchen and the living room share one open space divided by a tiny bar.
A niche in the bar allows space for storing books and magazines.
Wood is a common choice as a flooring material due to its durability and restorability.
Simple and functional: upstairs, a bed and a boxy closet form the sleeping area.