Best Interior Design Projects – One of the most remarkable luxury furniture, Boca do Lobo has recently teamed up with Arch.Predmet Interior Design Studio to create a stunning Russian private residence. Worldwide renowned in the interior design industry by offering solutions that combine aesthetic and comfort during the entire design process, designers Olesya Sitnikova and Ekaterina Tulupova created a unique space. Check it out!
In 2016, Olesia Sitnikova and Ekaterina Tulupova completed the project of a country house with the area of 1,000+ sq.m in which they combined contemporary design and natural materials. When the designers first visited the house, they saw empty space without any partitions.
The layout of these luxury interiors was developed according to the client’s requirements. On the ground floor, they decided to locate a spacious loft, lounge zone, study, contemporary dining room, with two informal but modern living rooms and a small kitchen being enclosed.
They also equipped the second professional kitchen. As the height of the loft’s ceiling was 7 m, they decided to use such a huge space in the most efficient way. For this purpose, they arranged a mezzanine floor to include a library with an incredible home office decor and a cigar room.
Contemporary Bedrooms are located on a separate floor; besides, each bedroom had its own luxury bathroom, walk-in closet, living room, dining room and mini-kitchen, as well.
Interior concept was underpinned by architecture. Transom bars, balcony rails, and double slope ceilings should be accepted “as is” and were not subject to alteration. However, the authors were not facing the challenge to fill the rooms with the things typical of a ‘house in the country’.
“You won’t see here bearskins and reindeer heads, we carefully tried to avoid cliches. Designers strived to create the interior of a country house with due regard to modern trends, to make a warm and cozy space full of natural materials. Pixel Cabinet by Boca do Lobo was one of the pieces carefully customized thought the usage of wood.
The designers used the beams, battens, and lamellas to produce the best effect, which was possible due to the architecture. Such techniques added complexity and diversity to space featuring the minimum amount of materials being used, laconic furniture items and quiet colors.
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