By Elise Pinard. interior. Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 01:46:42 AM.
A large. comfortable sofa or sectional.Extra chairs. ottomans or beanbags.Lots of throw pillows.A rug. for lounging.A TV. and the accompanying accessories.A surround sound system to create a mini-theater experience.Video games. board games or other entertainment.A billiards table. a dart board. or other favorite lounge games.A small bar area. or a spot for refreshments.A play area for kids.A desk or table for games. crafts or homework.
With access to an inner courtyard. the apartment provides opportunities for relaxation in the heart of the city. Outdoor furniture. a barbecue grill. trees. plants and birds transform it into an urban oasis.The entryway unveils two pleasant surprises: brick walls and a welcoming bench. In the open living and dining area. three large windows facing the courtyard bring natural light inside.
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