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Interior of a country house: a spring project from the Fazenda program

This is the case when all fashion trends are perfect.correspond to the designer's idea, and not vice versa. After all, if you blindly follow trends, the interior will turn out without a soul. And here there is a soul, and beauty, and practicality. This interior has become the "hero" of the "Fazenda" program on Channel One, which aired on March 12 this year. And it's great that millions of people managed to see it! And for those who did not have time to consider the details or get answers to all questions, we have a surprise. The author of the project, Anastasia Muravyova, told us in detail about how her creation was born. Related articles Anastasia Muravyova, designer-decorator Graduated from the Faculty of Economics of Lomonosov Moscow State University, received an MBA degree from the University of Bristol. She studied design of the architectural environment at the Moscow Architectural Institute, continued her studies at St. Martins College (London University of the Arts). Participant of the TV project "Fazenda" on Channel One, author of numerous publications and lectures on design. Member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, presents his painting at various art exhibitions. www.anastasia-muravyeva.name - In this project I worked with a room located on the second floor of a guest house at a dacha outside Moscow. The room is designed to receive guests who will spend the night in the next room. I tried to take into account the wishes of the characters who love natural materials, and focused on the forest and the river outside the window, so I chose eco-style and natural colors. The project has a lot of wood and almost no synthetic materials. Wood is not only the main material here, but also the key image. There are four men in the family, and I wanted to contribute tothe interior has some elements of masculinity, but still make it cozy and relaxing. The geometry of the room itself gave me the idea to use clean lines and rigid shapes. So I added metal, concrete to a lot of wood and generally tried to create contrast everywhere: rough brick and soft velvet, brutal forging and delicate pastels. The room has a sloping ceiling, at the lowest point -only one meter in height, and I decided to sew up these uncomfortable areas, while maintaining the symmetry of the room. Thus, closed storage areas appeared on the sides of the window. At the same time, it was possible to make the most of the space under the slopes of the roof, and leave the center of the room more free for relaxation and feast. To emphasize the height of the ceiling and set the scale, false beams with decorative metal elements were designed. Under the ridge of the roof, there is not one chandelier, but a whole original group of lamps. The focus is on the biofireplace, linedbrass and concrete, against the background of a decorative panel made of wooden tiles, which is made of previously used barn boards. From the same material - the table top of the coffee table on a metal base, which was forged according to my sketch. The image of the forest appears on the wall under the slope of the roof in the form of wallpaper with a popular print, but not in their usual design, but with funny golden pears. These pears have something in common with a sconce, which was made specially for the project from a golden retro lamp. The forest motif is repeated on the lampshade under the ceiling, on the forged underframe of a large table and in small details: cabinet handles, curtain rod tips. The dining area has its own interesting details,for example, a drawer structure that replaces shelving. It is arranged according to the principle of a constructor: drawers can be added and removed, placed vertically or turned over to one side. The table is made of elm slab, and the base of the shelf is lined with brass panels. In this interior, I used one of my favorite tricks - a lot of white. Against this background, natural wood, concrete and light gray textiles in combination with black, golden and bright yellow accents look fresh. Another touch that I try to add to every project is the painting. For this interior, I myself painted a spring landscape with pastels. Related Articles Artist Anastasia Muraveva The project uses:

  • Forged products (tables, curtain rod, rods on the ceiling, cabinet handles) - "Blacksmith atelier number 1";
  • Wooden panel on the wall, tabletop top of the coffee table - Flitch Design;
  • Brass panels - Grosstek;
  • Concrete (fireplace lining, countertops of coffee tables) - OOO Voenresurs;
  • Slab on the dining table - Remendo Wood;
  • Chairs, "Restoration" chairs;
  • Paints - Manders
  • Plaster, art-concrete - "France-Deco'R";
  • Floor covering - Corkstyle;
  • Lampshade - artist Catherine Utkin;
  • Pouf and pillow with a zigzag - "Puffi Club";
  • Sofa - New Look;
  • Wallpaper - Cole & Son, O-Design;
  • Bio fireplace - "The City of Fireplaces";
  • Plinth - "Europlast";
  • A photo on the fireplace - "NADOSKAKH.RF";
  • Dishes, vases - Luminarc;
  • Door - "Department of doors";
  • Decor - Moshoztorg;
  • Decorative brick - Leonardo Stone;
  • Curtains, sewing - «TD TEXTILES»;
  • Coffee machine - Bugatti;
  • Screens for batteries - "Premier Profile";

Photo: Denis Vasilyev

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