This interior began with a chandelier and developed into a bright,spectacular work in the American style popular with us, which perfectly fit into the walls of a Moscow apartment. The customers of this interior are a young family with children who, before contacting the decorator Ekaterina Kozlova, had already acquired several chandeliers and did not want to part with them at all. It was with them that this interior began. Ekaterina Kozlova, decorator Graduate of the "Details" school-studio. Trained in America and France. Currently works for Arkhitex. stfan2.wixsite.com/ekatrina-kozlova In the project, Ekaterina was in partnership with decorator Valeria Klenova, who was engaged in planning solutions and functionality. Customers have a fairly large number of things, so a full-fledged storage system is made in the corridor - a dressing room. The apartment also has a spacious wardrobe in the bedroom and in the children's room. A large number of spacious cabinets have been purchased for the kitchen. Initially, the interior was conceived in the American style. The apartment itself was completely redeveloped: new walls were erected, old ones were demolished. The bedroom In the bedroom there are red Venetian glass chandeliers, textiles were selected in deep shades of wine and burgundy. All textiles were ordered from the Parisian textile showrooms (Pierre Frey). Special attention was paid to fabrics in this project. Kitchen The kitchen with many storage systems waspurchased from IKEA and finished with marble top and decorative handles. The very convenient location of the sink opposite the window provides additional natural light. Ekaterina Kozlova, decorator: "Customers are a traveling adoring young couple who also follow trends in interior fashion. They wanted their interior to be quite modern, functional, in soft, pastel colors. By the time of cooperation, customers have already bought ceiling lamps, so in many ways it was necessary to build on them. " Living room The living room is combined with the dining area.The brutality of the metal console emphasizes the soft play of velvet in the upholstery of the sofa. A table with a metal edging becomes an additional accent, tying all the living room items together. A comfortable fold-out sofa that can accommodate the whole family is also used as an extra bed. Children's Bed and its headboard are made to orderby experts of French factories and upholstered with Pierre Frey fabrics. Wallpaper by the English company Cole & Son with dozens of colorful birds turns the nursery into a fabulous garden. In the second part of the nursery (not shown in the photo) there is a spacious wardrobe for books and toys, as well as a full-fledged work area opposite the window. Bedroom of parentswall at the head of the bed, duplicating all objects and visually increasing the space. The niches for the books are painted in mustard gold and are perfectly combined with the upholstery fabric of the accessories. The bathroom is combined with the bathroom. The bathroom furniture is completely custom made. The walls are covered with marble tiles. A large wall-to-wall mirror also contributes to an increase in the bathroom space. Hall Geometric contrasting layoutthe marble floor has become the main focus of the hall. As a decorative find, the design of the door portal can be especially noted. One of the double doors in the lobby is a false door. It was made for symmetry and giving the hall a ceremonial look. On the walls - reproductions of modern art(The work of Gerhard Richter). In the hall - a reproduction of the work of the famous English artist Cecilia Brown. The accent element is the geometric layout of the marble floor in a combination of different colors. The table group is made up of items from the factories Collection Pierre, Ensemble London (in Russia they are represented by the company Decoconcept). A laconic and austere dining table is made in a modern style. The black wooden oval countertop is effectively shaded with shiny chrome stainless steel legs. Accessories - Gaia & Gino, designer vases - fromthe famous European designer Arik Levy. The bathroom was made to order from marble. Wallpaper - British company Cole & Son, textiles (curtains and upholstery) - Pierre Frey. Silk carpets - DOVLET HOUSE, country of origin - India. Lighting items - Italian company Villari. Decoconcept and DOVLET HOUSE supplied furniture. Also, several pieces of handmade furniture were brought from the island of Bali.
December 16, 2017
December 16, 2017