If you switch the door swing so it swings into your apartment to the left, then the door would conveniently block off visually to anyone who enters your apartment. Also if you can hang a chandelier under the dining table, I would find something dramatic. When you have a talk of the town chandelier hanging, people will gravitate towards that and not look else where much. Also your floor plan looks like it has two doors. One at the kitchen and one at the living room area. I would just make sure people enter the apartment from the living room area so they won't see the kitchen right away if you can't change the door swing. If you have money, paper softwall from molo is a good temporary removable solution as well. Or if you are handy, I would get a large piece of felt and hang it from the ceiling. It can muffle sound and visually blocks the kitchen without being too heavy.
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I like the rope board thing in the office area. Very whimsical. I think the living room coffee table is perfection! And of course the family picture at the end is just adorable!! Congrats on a well done place!
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Be well Rosemary. Stay warm and I hope everything work out for you.
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