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Contemporary interior design
This space is comfortable for living even if you have a large family. There are enough zones for living, relaxing, receiving guests, and spending time with children. And despite many spaces, we managed to keep everything in the same style. See how we did it.
In general, this is a bright, spacious room made of natural materials. The space is divided into functional zones: a chilling zone, fireplace, and library—sophistication combined with minimalism, nothing more.
The client's plans for this room were to receive guests, gather the family, celebrate holidays, etc. Therefore, we ensured enough space for everyone at the fantastic fireplace.
Dining rooms often look bulky and cramped. But we made sure that guests had enough space and were very comfortable in our space. The main heroine of this dining room is a chandelier. The dining room has a large window that floods the space with light and makes the room seem large and spacious.
Our client dreamt about the use of natural materials in decoration. We came up with the idea to embody it with the help of special decor techniques—the effect of clay walls. We also used this feature in other rooms, which unites all these spaces in one style.
This kitchen would enjoy your time with loved ones. The contemporary simplicity of this room is made with natural materials, and the zone has everything to enjoy your food time.
Functional circular kitchen, where you can find lots of storage and thoughtful organization of all processes. This is the main thing the excellent kitchen should require. Here are drawers for storing vegetables, built-in appliances, two built-in refrigerators, and a freezer in a marble finish that looks like a cabinet.
In this guest bedroom, we wanted to create a design that would complement the ground floor concept. We focused on decorative plaster, which creates an effect as if the walls were sculpted from natural clay.
The feature of the room is that it has no doors at all. Instead, we placed glass partitions that give a feeling of lightness and beautiful simplicity. And this simplicity of materials and the absence of unnecessary geometry give the room a harmonious look.
The main client's wish was to use natural materials. So, we continued the concept of the ground floor and made the effect of clay walls. This technique adds naturalness to the room and emphasizes the naturalness of the materials. We also used warm colors to create a feeling of coziness.
Also, a feature of the room is the green island in the center, which partially separates the living room from the dining room.
It successfully combines ethno-design with elements of minimalism. You see, this space is quite functional and, at the same time, complex in terms of design. It combines different natural textures and minimalist furniture.
We have taken care of the guests' complete comfort in this bedroom. Therefore, we placed a very functional make-up table by Poltrona Frau. The WC is made in the same style as the main room. We added some bright accents to make this small room look interesting in its way.
Simplicity in design. Clean lines and compositions. Bright and natural lighting. Lighter and more neutral colors. All these minimalist features you see in the master bedroom. The project has a lot of wood, which provides comfort and warmth.
This is ample bright space in natural tones, with a large wardrobe, a boudoir table, a reading area, and floor lamps. The star of this sophisticated minimalist composition is the Bebitalia Tufty bed.
A large master bathroom can give you more than you expect. This room is thought out utterly thanks to the correct zoning. An ample bright space in natural colors is made in the style of minimalism. Let's take a closer look at all the details.
There is a bath Ceramica Cielo for relaxation and a shower for a quick refreshment. Bright tiles Porcelanosa Caraibes and clever lighting add even more space to this large room. This master bathroom is designed for maximalists in life and minimalists in style.
The design task of the first kid's bedroom was to continue the style of the house in the common style, using natural, calm colors. Children’s bedroom looks like an adult—quite minimalistic. The main wish was to organize a workplace for schooling.
The room's decoration is the bed in the center of the room, so the whole design is oriented around it—design on the walls, lighting, etc. As you can see, we used natural colors here. The relief plasters give the effect of contact with nature. The use of lamps enhances the atmosphere of coziness and cave-like lighting.
In the second bedroom for children, we didn’t change the primary mood of the entire villa’s design, so the children's room turned out to be quite restrained. But we added a little pastel color to remind you of its main functionality.
The result was a spacious room with a minimum of details, natural colors, and only a slight addition of pastel colors to remind you that it’s a children's room. The center of the composition is the bed, but the decorative plaster still makes a wow effect. We made most of the furniture in the room by order.
The main task of the third children's room was to make a room in monochrome colors for a boy but to continue the general concept. To add a little muskiness to the children's zone, we chose a laconic monochrome range and simplicity of geometric lines.
The simplicity and brevity of both forms and colors create an atmosphere of rigor and clarity; only the soft blue chair reminds us that it is a boy’s room. Because the interior is made in monochrome colors, it is pretty cold, so we tried to dilute it with warm hidden lighting and technical lighting.