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The project of a house in the European spirit: 385 meters of happiness for a young couple - etk-fashion.com

Classic home interior, which is coming soontime will be finished in the village of Ilyinka, suggests that aristocrats of the 19th century could live here. It is so beautiful, magnificent and graceful Today we will talk about a house located in the village of Ilyinka near Moscow. Its owners are a young creative couple who simply cannot imagine their life without music, and loves very much when the house is full of friends. Their main wish was to create a comfortable interior in a classic style, which could easily accommodate a large number of guests. Alexandra Klyamuris coped with the task. Alexandra Klyamuris Alexandra Klyamuris is the founder of the K-DSN interior design studio. Since 2004, her studio has completed over 400 projects. K-DSN develops beautiful and convenient design of cottages, townhouses, apartments, offices, houses, as well as hotels, restaurants, cafes, boutiques, medical centers, beauty salons. k-dsn.ru The project is at the stage of active implementation, and soon this beautiful interior will delight the eyes of the owners and guests of the house. For the design project, architecture played a decisive role, and so much so that it gave the entourage the appearance of a pompous and incredibly cozy palace space, rather than a building near Moscow. We were very inspired by the architecture of the house, the facade of which is made in the European style, as well as the interior layouts with high ceilings, columns and huge windows from which a wonderful view opens. This form of construction came to Russia quite recently and is called a leinhaus. Lanehouses are cottages that have been merged into one large structure, and the village of Ilyinka became the first in this category. Alexandra Klyamuris The living room seemed to be specially conceived forinstallation of a musical instrument and became an ideal place for a grand piano played by both spouses. Classic style with natural colors, rich finishes, exquisite furnishings and elegant décor, designed to listen to the sound of music with family or friends. Living room elements:

  • armchair - Lexington Home Brands;
  • sofa - Dialma Brown sofa;
  • lamp - Empire 1074 by Bronze d'Art;
  • pouf - Dialma Brown Mobili DB001578;
  • mirror in the carved frame - Schuller 309912;
  • a table - Drexel Heritage.

At the same time in the space of the first floorthe kitchen and dining room were located, while no partitions were used to preserve the feeling of a single light space. While decorating the interior, the authors of the design adhered to the main concept - the classic style of the whole house. The tiles in the kitchen on the walls are reminiscent of brickwork, painted in bone china blue from the Little Green brand. Kitchen and dining room elements:

  • island - Lyn Design Kitchen Island;
  • hob - Siemens Induction Cooktop;
  • chairs - Madelyn;
  • washing - Blanco metra 6s compact;
  • mixer - Emmevi Laguna;
  • chandelier - Light & Living;
  • chairs - Hickory, Martin Host Chair;
  • cupboards - Cabinet Grillon Eichholtz.

The ground floor is decorated with stucco molding, crystal chandeliersand intricate candelabra. Heavy curtain fabrics in complex shades, elegantly draped, furniture upholstery, numerous sofa cushions - everything is designed in a single color scheme. Doors will be made to order according to individual sketches. Alexandra Klyamuris - The color scheme in the living room is made in a colder range, the color is called "bone china" and is complemented by notes of deep blue in textiles and finishing materials, such as backsplash tiles, metlakh tiles in the lobby and hallway. k-dsn.ru The second floor - the personal space of the hosts: there is their bedroom, children's and bathrooms, made in warmer shades, gently contrasting with the rooms level below. And the third floor is fully equipped for guests: there are two guest rooms and an office. The decoration of the house is a beautiful marble staircase, in the tradition of the best aristocratic houses. The master bedroom looks very warm in color, thanks to the textile design: golden shades are combined with coffee and beige. There is an engineering board on the floor. Bedroom elements:

  • bed - Angelo Cappellini Brahms;
  • curbstone - CO.35, Stella del Mobile;
  • lamp - Gramercy Home;
  • banquet and puffs - Christopher Guy;
  • chest of drawers - Stella del mobile;
  • armchair - Baker Tuileries;
  • a table - Chelini Sofa Table;
  • chandelier - ArteLamp;
  • bra - Artelamp Flemish;
  • Lights - Arte Dalpozzo.

The bathroom has absorbed the same calmbeige tones with numerous gold elements - whether it is the inserts of tiles in the shower room, chandeliers, mirror frames or plumbing fixtures. Wood-look floor tiles are Korzilius Selva Naturale and porcelain tiles are Precious Stones. Shower tiles - Ceramiche Grazia. Bathroom elements:

  • mirrors - Lineatre Gold Componibile Mirror;
  • Bra - Devon & Devon;
  • mixer - Novial Cesare;
  • white ceramic sink with painting - Spexi;
  • bath - firm "Astra Form", model "Marlboro";
  • console - Stanley Preserve-Pavillion;
  • pouffes - Christopher Guy;
  • toilet bowl - Nero Ceramica Revo.

A recreation area is located in the basement:stage, musical equipment and home theater. The entrance to it begins to the right of the base of the already mentioned round marble staircase. And on the other side of it, behind a glass partition with shelves and a column, there is a hall, from which guests begin to familiarize themselves with this beautiful structure. Hall elements:

  • Vintage console - Dialma Brown;
  • chest of drawers - DialmaBrown;
  • sconce - Judeco;
  • sofa - Ebanista Borghese Sofa;
  • chandeliers - Riperlamp Group;
  • tables - Kingstown Sedona;
  • chandelier - ArteLamp.

Natural textiles, stone and wood - onlynatural materials of natural colors were used in this design project. The interior has turned out so perfect, light and solemn, that life here becomes a continuous pleasure. And the children who grew up here, from an early age will have a predisposition to creativity and high art.

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