In this minimalist and bright Retro Design Furniture, decorated in contemporary pastel colours, nothing disturbs the view to enjoy a refined atmosphere: heating system without radiators; bright colors; decor is low. Nevertheless, the interior is not boring or monotonous: a variety of textures, unusual wooden mosaic and various lighting scenarios make the space interesting and challenging to study. Read more about the project we were told its author.
The owners a couple with a small child fans of minimalism
They wanted future interior stood out for its simple forms and colors, striking details and sustainable materials used in finish. It was also assumed a variety of lighting scenarios and is filled with light and air space.
The project was the redevelopment that the apartment was four â€“ there was a study. Children slightly decreased and significantly reduced the size of the living room. But because the project is a very spacious kitchen / dining room, this should not cause discomfort to customers. Approvals took on the builders.
The choice of materials was due to the wishes of the customer â€“ the simple colors and environmentally friendly finishes. Floors throughout the apartment â€“ flooring â€“ white oak Boen.
In the living room, nursery, office and kitchen in the decoration of the walls was used Venetian plaster in different shades (pearl grey in the living room and the kitchen; pale peach in the bedroom; graphite â€“ in the office). Venetian plaster meet all the requirements of customers: its unique pattern emphasizes the elitism of the interior, in addition, it is eco-friendly and non-toxic coating.
In bathrooms the floor is a mosaic of natural stone from the Italian manufacturer Arezia, each element of which is made by hand. Walls in a large bathroom decorated with glass mosaic Art & Natura; in the small ceramic tiles Johnson Tiles. Due to the large Windows and light tulle in the Retro Design Furniture with lots of natural light in the daytime. As for artificial lighting, in all rooms using mixed scenario, combining directed (chandeliers, floor lamps, spotlights), reflected (bus system in the corridor) and indirect (chandeliers with shades).