House and Cottage

The interior of the week: work on bugs

This house has 2 authors, many details,collected from all over the world, and a very happy destiny. Having passed into the hands of the designer Natalia Mitrakova, the ascetic interior was completely transformed and became truly loved by the new owners. This interior changed the author at the stage of finishing, which undoubtedly did him only good. Designer Natalya Mitrakova has created a bright, unusual space where it is simply impossible to get bored. Natalia Mitrakova, designer: “I am a graduate of the Modern School of Design and have been creating interiors of houses and apartments with inspiration for more than 5 years. How do I do it? First, I listen to customer stories about favorite things, memorable places and travel experiences, family habits, dreams and fantasies. Together we leaf through interior books and magazines, discuss the photos we like and share our thoughts and suggestions for a future project. Then I immerse myself in its creation, in architecture, proportions, colors, textures, furniture, textiles, decorative details. Sharing my experience and knowledge about interior design and decoration with clients, I give them the opportunity to navigate and feel comfortable in the sea of ​​choices and options. My goal is to relieve clients of fear and doubts about making the right decision, to captivate them with the design process, as well as decorating their own space. "

Color solution

The color scheme of this interior is neutral, fromdark gray to almost white. The main ceiling lighting was selected before Natalia arrived and is designed in a minimalist style. With the advent of a new designer, it became clear that the interior conceived by the previous author of the project is rather ascetic, and the customers lack comfort, details and fullness of space. Therefore, Natalia Mitrakova decided to add expressive ceiling lamps made of textiles in neutral shades to the interior. For example, the Fandango chandelier, which looks like a ballerina's tutu, made of muslin stretched over wire. The designer also added a large number of classic-shaped table lamps.

Made to order

On order were made the underworld space, the library in the home theater and the curbstone under the TV, the doors of which are lined with veneer root laurel.

Living room

The sofa in the living room - Flexform, armchair and coffee table brought from Europe, everything else (all the decor, side tables and lamps) - American company Palecek.

Bedrooms

In the master bedroom, the bed is from Flou, the bedside tables and side tables and armchairs are Palecek. In the son's bedroom, the bed with storage is also Flou, and the funny bark ottomans are Palecek. Natalia Mitrakova, designer: "Working on this interior, I received exceptionally positive emotions. Customers - people are positive and open, with a wonderful sense of humor, separating and supporting my love for everything unusual. In addition, as it turned out, ready to wait patiently for the arrival of things from the remotest corners of the globe (for example, the long-drawn picture of the Canadian artist Dmitry Gretzky, now hanging over a sofa in the living room, as well as lithographs of famous artists from Europe, North and South America ) ».

Wallpaper, paint, textiles

Textiles for this interior were chosen exclusively natural. Basically it is a flax of Lizzo, Chivasso, Kravet factories.

Floors, doors

Floors and doors were chosen before the arrival of Natalia, but their classic design and bright turquoise color allowed to make in the interior classical furniture and bright, cheerful decor items.

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