Dandelion Wine 250 m2It’s impossible to create a good project without a designer’s professional intuition – a sensitive and keen perception of space, color, and shape. Flawless decisions are sometimes made in an intuitive manner. We learned it by personal example. At the time of the order of the interior design of this house, natural materials and minimalism were the main preference of our clients in stylistics, but…
Designer’s Fen Shui
…the customers returned from a journey across Asia in the midst of interior development. Surprisingly, they didn’t ask to change or add anything and just emotionally shared their impressions from the trip that dazzled them. It was so inspiring and sincere that our design started to incorporate features similar to Asia. The color appeared, in doing so, clear construction lines, natural materials, and required minimalism were preserved.
The guestroom was given a new look thanks to a bright accent – a wine-colored chair. Pillows, a painting, and huge chandeliers in the form of dandelion also reflect this deep shade. Meanwhile the wine color didn’t steal the show from the visual perception of the room, allowing the interior to save its integrity.
An emphasis was put on floors in general premises. Parquet body for guestroom, kitchen and hall was customized. We had been matching the perfect shades of light for more than a month. And the result exceeded all our expectations. A dark color contrasting with the walls and bringing coziness in the most intimate spaces was specially chosen for the bedrooms.
As for furniture, all wardrobes were made according to our individual design. All that was left for the clients is to order them in local joinery shops.
1. For machine-cut facades of the bath-tub, we chose one of the prints featured on the decorative tiles.
2. We increased the scale and cut out holes for ventilation.
3. In the working shop, they manually cleaned up the holes, decorated the edges, and coated them with white enamel.
An original table, which shape we shift to wardrobe facades, was the starting point for the office.
And we wrapped the wardrobes in the hallway with artificial leather and put them in a light brass frame.