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Contemporary interior design
The customers were a couple who likes to arrange gatherings. Therefore, we sought to create a wow effect from the design of apartments on the seashore. Let's see what we get as a result!
The main room—living—is the first thing that greets you in this cozy apartment. It combines the kitchen, bar, and dining room into a single open space. Here you can meet guests and spend cozy evenings with your family.
As the apartment has many windows with a beautiful view of the sea, it's important to design a room that would look harmonious against this background. We chose a warm light color to resemble sand and be associated with the sea.
Since the living room and the kitchen are combined into a single open space, we made the kitchen in the same style. We only separated these two zones with a wooden partition. But here, we also used the same materials—porcelain stoneware that looks like travertine, white plaster, and gray tiles that look like marble.
The entire kitchen is made in light shades, which visually adds space. The main character of this zone is an island in the middle of the room. It seems to demarcate the cooking zone from the dining zone. The kitchen also has many storage spaces.
This whole room, like day and night, is made on color contrasts. Although the main color here is cream and white, there are many brown wooden accents. Elegant wooden elements, especially the striped one behind the bed, create a sense of stability.
Also, with the help of this contrasting design decisions, it was possible to separate the bedroom and wardrobe zones. On the one hand, a lovely bedroom of soft shades, on the other hand, a dark and transparent wardrobe.
The highlight of this bathroom is sanitary ware by Antoniolupi. These translucent materials fit incredibly into the entire concept of the bathroom, repeating the materials of the shower door and the secret entrance to the technical room, which is behind the shower.
The general concept of the design of the bathroom consisted in light shades that continue the general mood of the entire apartment’s design. This was important because the view from the apartment is on the beautiful coast of the Mediterranean Sea, so it was necessary to supplement the overall design with natural textures and tones.
Next, we pass by the guest bedroom with a bed and everything necessary for comfort in case the guest stays overnight or for several days. The general design concept continues the design of the main room but is somewhat simplified in this room.
After all, it’s impractical to use many decorative materials in such a small zone so that we can see only two dominant materials in the guest room—oak and plaster of a delicate light shade.