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Contemporary interior design
There is a place to receive a large number of guests. And a personal space where you can relax and catch your breath. And an office for a comfortable work. Welcome to a tour of this lovely house!
DISCIPLINE INTERIOR DESIGN
The ground floor was developed as a relaxing zone on the villa's lower level, with little daylight. From this space, there is an exit to the inner courtyard. Therefore, as you can see, the staircase area is quite dark. We highlighted it with the help of color and materials.
In addition, the client likes the modern contemporary style, which is characterized by natural materials and shades. It helped us create a harmonious space, not overloaded with unnecessary elements.
We wanted to create a living room to resemble relaxing on the terrace as much as possible. It’s comfortable and cozy here, and the air conditioning system is a big advantage comparing with terrasse.
We created the effect of naturalness by integrating plants, natural materials, and soft colors. Just look at the wall. The material from which we made it resembles natural stone like a rock.
There is also a large kitchen with an island and a bar on the basement floor. The kitchen is separated from the dining area by a special translucent partition. This technique, on the one hand, allows you to segment the room and, on the other hand, add space.
The room has minor green accents. The interior is built on the contrast of dark and light materials—namely, natural travertine, wooden grilles, and "rimadesio" doors.
The dining room is where whole families gather to spend time in a big company. Therefore, making an ample and functional space is important without sacrificing aesthetics.
To make the space beautiful and comfortable, we have chosen luxurious furniture. For example, chairs in the dining zone are by Potocco, and an unusual chandelier is above the table by ORION suspension.
As the floor is below ground level, it was necessary to create the effect that this room is closer to the street. A large amount of additional lighting compensates for the lack of natural lighting.
The room's shape is exciting and complex simultaneously because it’s necessary to combine the recreation zone with the transit and the cooking area. We took a lot of attention to proper lighting, which would be enough for both people and plants.
Our client's main desire for the master bedroom was a sleeper bed, pendant lights with a switch next to the bed, and a place to read. By the way, the bed and chairs here are by Ditre Italia, and the table is by Potocco.
The colors of the master bedroom are reminiscent of warm desert landscapes. Therefore, the main decoration of the room is wooden panels, which are placed behind the bed and near the window. This is done to make the room warm and cozy.
The customer's wish was to design separate rooms for her and him with a shared shower. Since the space is small, the goal was to accommodate enough storage systems and combine two separate warehouses.
To stylistically unite these two rooms, we used the same materials. The shape of the mirrors is different. Great emphasis is placed on decorative lighting and lighting for a comfortable stay at night.
So we finally got to the entertainment room on the second floor. The primary function of this room is to gather with family or friends and watch movies on a large TV screen.
But this room itself deserves more attention. What are these fancy brown armchairs worth! It’s the main highlight of the room here. We also provided plenty of seating. Sofas less bright than armchairs, but it creates a contrast.
The client asked to make a workplace with a cabinets, a built-in bar, a safe, a place to sit, and a separate TV zone. Other interior details, such as lamps and doors to the computer room, should be hidden.
The minimalism and muscularity of this room fit into the project's overall concept. The absence of soft decor, such as a carpet, or pillows, adds the room a brutal notes. Here everything should be straightforward, functional, and tasteful.
The final spot of the house tour is the roof terrace—a place for family gatherings and active relaxation. The main task was combining the sunbathing area, lounge, swimming pool, shower, and barbecue into one design concept.
It was a crucial task to conceptually connect the design of the terrace with the exterior architecture of the building, as well as to continue the key idea of the entire interior design concept.