Apartments more than 90 sq.m.

Mix, but do not shake: a real example of excellent eclecticism in a new building -


Have you ever seen howthe combination of different interior styles in one apartment turns into a real work of art? Today we will show you one metropolitan apartment that combines minimalism, neoclassicism and even art deco elements. We must say right away that this is not the first time a customer has turned to the Interierium design studio. Already knowing the taste of the customers, the masters offered two options for the stylistic solution, both quite modern. One is colder and more contrasting, and the second is warm, in beige and brown tones, and the choice of customers fell on it. Elena Vasilchuk and Ivan Ureka Elena Vasilchuk graduated from the Architectural University with a degree in architect, finalist of the Pinwin design competitions, as well as co-owner of the Interierium design studio. Ivan Ureka graduated from the Academy of Arts with a degree in interior designer, member of ODI (Association of Interior Decorators), finalist of Pinwin design competitions, co-owner of the Interierium design studio. Almost all walls and partitions in the apartment are monolithic, so the layout had to be left the way it was received from the developer. The only thing that we managed to do was to get rid of the small one and turn it into a dressing room. In addition, the designers removed the partition with the doorway to the living room, thereby uniting the space and making it more open and harmonious. The color solution was chosen in a warm,Beige-brown color scheme. The masters used the invoices of such natural materials as stone, wood and textiles in combination with glossy surfaces. As for the lighting, it will be controlledsystem "smart home", which involves various scenarios: viewing, receiving guests and the like. The implementation of lighting scenarios is facilitated by multi-level lighting (lighting of ceilings and furniture, chandeliers, floor lamps, built-in spotlights, sconces). The built-in backlight also uses warm-colored LED strips. To order:

  • Headboard in the main bedroom (leather panels will be used, they will be plugged in sockets above the bedside tables);
  • All wardrobes;
  • Closet in the children's boy.

Kitchen - Giulia Novars. Living room furniture:

  • A suspended cabinet with a lower backlight (to make it light and as if floating in the air) - on order;
  • Built-in bio-fireplace - Decoflame (to make the living room cozy);
  • Upholstered furniture - Mobel & Zeit.

Baby will be assembled from furniture of different brands and must be coordinated with "small customers" before buying. Bathrooms: plumbing - Villeroy & Boch; mixers - Hansgrohe; tiles - Porcelanosa; in the guest bathroom a sink with a cabinet - Duravit; mirror - IKEA. And here is how they reacted to the proposed by ElenaVasilchuk and Ivan Ureka project customers ... Good afternoon, Elena and Ivan. This is the most awesome option. We must bring it to life! Thank you! Customers of the project