Architect Ly Anh Thi is the founder of AT Design Company which specializes not just in architectural design but also 3D visualization. The interior designs created by Ly Anh Thi and her team are beautiful with the spaces sporting multiple textures and tasteful art. The rooms itself are like individual works of art created to make each room unique, warm and luxurious.   She features designs for small apartments and larger homes alike and manages to make the spaces open and inviting, no matter the size or layout.

This apartment space is used as a combination bedroom and living room. But because of the floor to ceiling windows and the clean design, the space isn’t too small or cluttered. The black and white artwork combined with the woodtextures make the space feel uniform and stylish.

This open living room design has various textures in the area rug, the tree branches and the painted brick walls. The artwork adds to the aesthetics and the furniture isn’t all one matching color, but the various colors work together and tie in the design.

This linear designed bedroom is very easy on the eyes. The accent wall behind the bed is created by long wooden planks with sporadic mirrors. The same linear pattern is found in the hardwood floors and striped area rug.

This open kitchen is bright and white, but the medium toned wood finishes tie together not just the kitchen but the adjacent dining space which has a large wooden table in the same finish.

Your eye travels floor to ceiling in this living room design. Decorative boxes surrounded by wood molding encase two identical art pieces, and the same outlined boxes are repeated above them but except they are open and able to be used to shelf various decorative items. This also opens the rooms up. The many green plants also give life and a contrasting green accent color

Again, texture is the key in this bedroom with the wall paper, area rug and draperies. The room is done in soft colors with an inviting seating area.

This massive walk-in closet has perpendicular wooden patterns from the hardwood floors and the cabinets and shelving. The contrast continues in the different shades of the wood.

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