Children grow up. After a while, a 13-14 year old guy will look funny in a room with cars or trains on the wallpaper, right? Therefore, it is worth considering the design of the nursery, which will be "fit" for a long time
At the time of the renovation, Artemia, the owner of the 15-meterrooms, it was 8 years old. Outwardly, the room looked like a nursery, but the details of the interior did not give out the child's age. A sustained and at the same time bright due to some elements, the design was created by Maria Solovyova-Sosnovik. Maria Solovyova-Sosnovik, designer Graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute in 2007. He is a member of the Association of Interior Designers and Decorators, reads a course of lectures "Stories about Design".
“I live every second of waiting withby the customer. I catch in the stream of my own ideas those that suit them. I always carry a tape measure, rubber boots and a helmet with me in the trunk. " bureau17-117.com
The color scheme of the room was determined by Swedish wallpaper withA live drawing by Eco Tapeter. They are covered with two walls, and the other two are painted in a soft blue color. Light Roman blind closes the window, with its simple mechanism even a child can cope. All furniture presented in the room - fromThe Russian manufacturer Colombino Kids. It is made of massive maple and is covered with hypoallergenic color oil. Especially for active and very active children, in order to avoid bruising, all edges of the furniture are rounded.
- Wooden chair Bo Concept.
The boy's sofa becomes a full bedSize 90 x 200 centimeters, if you take off his pillows. And in the morning, with the help of a simple storage system, young Artemy himself can pull the entire bed in boxes. The upholstery of the sofa is made of denim fabric in the form of a cover, which greatly facilitates washing.
To the drawers nothing hindered, the bedside table "hung" on the wall. Only amusing lamps in the form of little men from the collection of Riko boy allude to the fact that there lives a small child. And with swirling energy-saving bulbs they look like little robots.