Thank you for your project – it was a lot of fun working on this!
I wanted to give you a sleek, clean-line design with colors and textures that could serve to brighten and enlarge the otherwise slightly small and, at times, dark space. The wood floor has a light “white-washed” look to it with limestone tile in the bathrooms. The bedrooms could either continue the wood or be carpeted, depending upon your preference.
I definitely was able to give you the two bathrooms you wanted – each with a generously-sized stand-up shower. One bath is entered from the main living area; the other is entered from the small hall between it and one of the bedrooms. In that hall as well, is a stackable washer/dryer and ample storage for laundry items, ironing board, etc. This bath and hall serves what seems to be the smaller of the bedrooms – offering that smaller room a bit of compensatory luxury in the form of “its own” bathroom.
The kitchen is a large size and offers plenty of room for gathering. I’ve left the areas under the windows empty. Possibly you could place storage cubes that double as additional seating during gatherings. The cubes could then be stored in the bedrooms when not in use. The kitchen is complete with range, refrigerator, dishwasher and a breakfast bar that can seat probably 4 people comfortably.
The textured feature wall in the living space helps to delineate that space from the kitchen area and adds a soothing vibe to the space. There are a couple different ways to do this textured wall – there are concrete/stone products available, as well as paintable molded plastic products. Both have their own advantages. While you are doing this project on a tight budget… the room is small enough that little touches of luxury, such as this wall treatment, may not be as expensive as you think.
Your apartment is going to be beautiful – I’d be excited to move in myself! Thanks again for your project.