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Small Ikea-Filled Spanish Pad Stands Out With Sorbet Colors

All photos via <a href="">egue &amp; seta</a> via <a href="">Apartment Therapy</a>
All photos via egue & seta via Apartment Therapy

For a recent renovation project in A Coruña, Spain, Spanish design outfit egue & seta set out to prove that just because a space is compact, the budget is low, and the tenants will be transient younger folk, doesn't mean the apartment has to look cheap, sloppy, and bland. With this 592-square-foot rental property, where all the furniture is Ikea, the designers managed to give it lots of personality with bold duotoned walls—peach and blue, yellow and grey—and characterful flooring—mosaic imitation porcelain tile lightly demarcate the kitchen/dining area while vinyl flooring with an "aged oak" effect engages with the striking original stone wall.

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