Description:Looking for recommended furniture models, pattern, and decors for our new condo. The "Desired layout" attachment overviews the intended functions for each room.
Wants:- Minimalist aesthetic to keep an open feeling
- Urban/Modern aesthetic; solid, cool colors
- Extra decor for dance studio area, such as LED lights
Additional InformationClean, Scandinavian design
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