Clean and Clutter Free – Oliver Schick (6 pics)


As I look through pictures of this apartment, designed by Oliver Schick, I wonder if I could ever live in such a clean, clutter free space. You can tell that a lot of thought was put into how this small space would be used – they designed it so that you could hide most of your belongings in well-positioned cabinets. The wood floors and white walls give this place an open and airy feel and the pops of color, here and there, make this place look livable.

But could you live this clutter free? Could you put away your knick knacks, stow away your unnecessary belongings and create this kind of space? Is this realistic?

Oliver Schick





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