Any interior design project is the result of combining the customer’s demands and the designer’s aesthetic feeling. The concept is born from the calm and comfort that the customer wants and becomes a white canvas on which the specialist leaves the creativity to draw images. Such a formula is even more relevant in the case of large spaces, like those in this project.
The ground floor was reserved for the day area. The nobility of the premise is highlighted from the very first square meters. In addition to the generous dressing room and the table at the entrance, the hall was completed with a metal partition having asymmetrical rigid shapes.
Also on the ground floor, we have a beautiful open space that unites the kitchen, dining room and living room. Although dominated by neutral hues, each of the areas was visually divided from the others, giving each one an elegant look. The living room is the place where the shades of grey have been tamed. Slightly varying in hues massive sofas become central items, but not in an abusive way. In addition to them, the armchairs and the rest of the furniture contribute to the creation of the feeling of comfort. As an accent item we have created a wall in which the natural stone slabs are completed by metallic elements and accompanied by shelves that resemble in shape with the partition. Another jewel of the premise has become the lighting fixture, the classic style of which brings the necessary dose of preciousness into the premise. The dining room and the kitchen represent a single space with shades of chromatic contrast. Stylistically they are united by simple lines and the noble texture of wood. Curved lines appear here with the aim to give more comfort to the premise. The entire ground floor is bathed in light, which gives the house an ephemeral air.
Designing the staircase, we relied on geometry and luxurious materials. Thus, here we have a suspended lighting fixture with strict lines, wall with plywood décor and stairs from natural stone. The same atmosphere continues in the hall, where the decorative plaster was completed by classic frames.
Those three bedrooms upstairs have generous surfaces. Thus, it was possible to create the necessary zones for each of them. Although different in size, each bedroom has its own dressing room. In terms of style, they all present a mix of contemporary and neoclassical ones. The massive furniture with soft lines, the lighting fixtures as accents and the frames as noble details complete the graceful atmosphere.