The interior of this house executed in the dominant style of this century combines originality, extravagance of accents and comfort. The elegance of minimalism was borrowed from the features of modernism and slightly influenced by Japanese simplicity.
The common areas are those that give the modern and eccentric air to the entire house. The garage that is separated from the hall by a glass wall, as well as a small inner garden, emphasize the modern nature of the project and its up-to-date look. The classic open space, which unites the kitchen, the dining room and the living room, has become the most expressive premise. Being placed in the console, it opens up an amazing view thanks to three glass walls. The ephemerality and grandeur of the premise is further emphasized by the high ceilings. Grey hues predominate here, but anyway we were careful enough to include subtle accents. Seemingly unnoticeable, these are the ones that give stylishness to the premise and at the same time do not make it motley. The structure of the wood provides warmth to the interior, and the elements made from tiles add nobility to it. The chromatic monotony is dissolved by brown accents.
The calm style also continues in the bedrooms having the same neutral hues and calmness characteristic to them. Simple shapes of furniture and textures form perfect entourage for relaxation. The generous area of premises allowed us to include the accent details of the interior such as paintings or armchairs. The lighting fixtures also enjoyed special attention. Although we did not admit their total uniformity, each room enjoying a special attention in this regard, stylistically they are in harmony not only with the interior, but also with each other.
The simplicity of the elements and the luxury of expressiveness hidden in subtle details reflect an iconic interior of the era in which we live.