A 170 sq.m. apartment in a modern style for a young couple.
The main task was to create a spacious interior using natural hypoallergenic materials. The color scheme is restrained, the basis are light neutral tones. All components of the space are provided for comfort - tactile and visual, and preference was given to the highest quality manufacturers of each element of the apartment.
The main kitchen area of the living room is separated by a light glass partition, which left the space unified. The veneered kitchen fronts echo the wooden lath on the living room walls, and decorative TOM DIXON pendants have become a bright element above the kitchen island.
The main accent of the living room is the tv area, accentuated by marble, a decorative brass shelf and a cantilevered soaring pedestal. Calm neutral tones are emphasized by bright elements such as a yellow chair Naruzzi, an individual living room object became a bookcase, which hides the function of an additional workplace in case of guests' arrival.
The guest bedroom, which can be transformed into a nursery, is made in the lightest possible shades with bright accent wallpaper Glamora. A light marble guest bathroom with a bright vanity unit and mirror completes the guest unit of the apartment.
The private area has a bolder color scheme, using harmonious wall and furniture colors, with bright accents on the bedside tables and dresser. Passing from the living room rail perfectly fits into the TV area and a decorative wall behind the bed, and natural onyx of pure white color with internal lighting adds romanticism to the bedroom interior. An interesting solution is the TV unit, it is hidden in a furniture structure with sliding doors in leather finish.
The main bathroom in a marble finish palissandro perfectly blends with the selected Fantini faucets with copper pvd coating and echoes the accent wall in the bedroom emphasizing the single concept of the unit.
- Date : 01.06.2021
- Статус : release
- Team : Co-founder & Head Architect: Ivan Yunakov; Architect:Nataly Miezinova; Architect: Alina Rudyk;