You will find the U-shape, or galley, layout in many older subdivided Victorians and row houses as well as in new city apartments. This layout allows for an ideal kitchen work triangle, in which the distance between the three main points (fridge, sink, stove) is optimized, reducing the amount of walking between points during meal prep. Let's have a toast to that.
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Corner Crash Pad - If you ever thought a tiny corner couldn’t have mudroom potential, this might change your mind. The little bench, painted in the same shade as the walls, blends in seamlessly. A beadboard background adds detail to the nook, with just enough space to keep a small amount of items organized.
Pathos plants are ideal for apartment style living – they help filter the indoor air and require small amounts of sunlight and water.
Architecture studio Atelier In Vitro took a nostalgic approach to the renovation of three apartments in an old building in Porto, by restoring parquet and marble floors, and adding mid-century furniture.