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Contemporary interior design
The client's wishes were a light modern interior, neutral colors, lots of light, and a few wooden elements. Here is everything for a comfortable life, spending time with family, and accommodating guests. Let's take a closer look at what we've got!
Let's start overlooking the house from the first floor. The primary purpose of this space is to accommodate guests, so there was an urgent need to create a lot of comfortable places for relaxing—sofas and armchairs.
Let's take a closer look at the furniture in the living room. For this stylish space, we chose an equally contemporary sofa and coffee table from Lapalma.
The main task was to create comfortable, functional zoning, each part having its accents that harmoniously complement each other. The client's wish was to separate the kitchen from the living room with sliding doors to implement different scenarios of pastime.
It was difficult but exciting to fit everything into a tiny space and create enough storage space: refrigerator, freezer, washing machine, dryer, wine cabinet, etc. At the same time, the task was not to overload the space visually.
Moving on to the master block. The main part of the master block is the bedroom, so let's start with it. The client's preference was a dark color scheme, in contrast to the main rooms.
As you can see, there is a nice dark color scheme here with an accent on the wooden textured wall. The accent is natural marble and rail ceiling. Some rails descend on the walls, which is the highlight of the interior.
Thanks to the color scheme, we created a harmonious space. The bathroom has colors that visually expand the reach and add air. The sink and toilet were chosen from Cielo Shui Comfort, and the stylish bath by Cocon Pb Bath.
Of particular note are the courtyard window and the shower glass partition: the art object, nothing else. It’s worth noting that a pleasant dark color in the interior emphasizes the wall of a wooden texture. But look—the main highlight of this room is natural marble.
Since the project's clients are a young family with two small children, they urgently needed an outdoor recreation area. Therefore, we made a design for a large terrace of 133 square meters.
Our task was to make the roof not just a roof, but also a lively recreation area, where you can spend most weekends or celebrate some holidays. This zone successfully and ergonomically combines a lot of functionality without overloading. The kitchen, barbecue, and dining zone are combined here. All furniture here is custom made.
We created a terrace for the whole family to relax, as well as to invite friends and have fun. There is a lounge area where you can gather a large company. The space is designed as much as possible so that the hosts have the opportunity to relax as much as possible with various activities.
The main materials used on this terrace are wood, natural travertine, terrace board, and facade plaster. The luxuriously Minotti Quadrado series of furniture for the exterior mainly prevails here.
The first thing we encountered here was the pool—it was initially placed here. It’s small, but all the elements in this space should be arranged around it. The whole family can gather here and sunbathe directly on the roof of their home.
Here the main task was to make the relaxation zone as functional as possible. Therefore, we didn’t create additional decorations here — all for convenience. We even managed to get a small shower here to freshen up after swimming in the pool.