A few months ago I visited an apartment with my client. The space had been rented for several years to people coming and going and because of this, its previous renovation was done in the quickest and cheapest way possible.
The potential was all there. The building is an elegant and beautiful 1930s construction. The spaces are bright and well proportioned. Most of the original features were still there: the parquet, the moulding on the ceilings, the authentic wooden doors. However, a big part of the apartment seemed ugly and hopeless.
My client liked white interiors with a feminine touch and I thought that that was exactly what that old apartment deserved.