The layout of this apartment was optimized to better meet the requirement of a young family. An extra guest room/study was squeezed in. The apartment is characterized by bright colors, including the floor, that reflects more light. Light tones of white act as a backdrop for different tones of wood and colorful accents. Main character in this design - olive color ceiling. This design decision tackles the myth that dark ceiling reduces the space. According to the client - dark color reduces the perception of depth and confuses what the actual distance to the ceiling is. In this apartment modern furniture is combined with a midcentury rocking chair by Lithuanian designer V. E. Cukermanienė and old refurbished chairs by Thonet, inherited from grandmother.