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Main requirements? Classical furniture, a lot of greenery, and enough storage space. We’ve met them all, just look at the result!
Let us start with the courtyard area. The dining room is a separate space located near the kitchen. For the sake of sufficient storage, there is a cabinet with a stone tabletop and additional storage system. This cabinet is convenient for ready dishes served from the kitchen.
The living room makes a smooth transition to the master bedroom. It takes a significant space combining a place for rest and sleep, a bathroom for daily routines, and a dressing room. The compositional center is a wall behind the Minotti bed made of stylized panels and classic moldings. The room seems larger than it actually is thanks to many glazed elements which visually enlarge the area.
A girl’s bedroom, also located on the first floor, is both charming and functional. A B&B Italia bed and bedside tables are combined well with wooden panels which add a natural look to the room. The colors used are peach-blossom and whitish ones to add vivacity and light to the interior together with the Menu Jwda floor lamp.
On the ground floor, there are two more bedrooms. The first one is the room for the clients’ grandmother, which is made as inclusive and convenient as possible. Soft and smooth materials are mainly utilized. The corridors are wide while the bathroom is equipped with handrails. Here, safety and comfort are our priorities.
The home gym in the loft style is designed for a woman who strives to keep fit but also wants time saving and privacy. The main requirement set by our client was to make the space look similar to a public gym. Such an approach helps focus on the exercise and prevents distraction.