Everything Fits Together Perfectly In This Tiny, Lego-Inspired Apartment

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This 45-square-meter (484-square-foot) apartment, located in Sofia, Bulgaria, was designed by Antonia Saranedelcheva from Momi Studio. Her client was a woman with a dynamic lifestyle who loves colors, so Antonia chose a vibrant, modern palette to suit the owner's taste.

The concept was actually inspired by Lego, so you'll see individual pieces arranged to form a coherent image. The TV cabinet, the kitchen, even the paintings on the wall created by Kalina Toneva all blend together like a puzzle. Saranedelcheva tried to create a home with a light and airy feel, using accents of color to give the apartment character. The bedroom is kind of like a designated quiet zone, where the owner can relax and read a good book.   
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The many well-placed splashes of color here pay homage to the owner's desire for a vibrant living space.

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The brightly patterned throw pillows and lively art pop against the neutral walls and couch.
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The Lego look is eye-catching and just such a cool idea.
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A view of the entire space shows how the red, yellow, and patterns work together to make it fun and inviting.

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Bright-red kitchen chairs add a bold pop of color and really bring the space together.

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Note the subtle Lego-esque detail in the cabinets above the sink. It adds a playful element, yet the kitchen maintains its cool modernity.
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The bedroom is slightly less neutral than the main living area, with its golden-yellow walls, sunshine-yellow pillows and light fixtures, and even a yellow side table.

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Because of the different yellow tones, the color saturation doesn't come off as too much of a good thing.
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