Apartments more than 90 sq.m.

Modern classics: Interior decoration of an apartment for a large family


How to create a sophisticated modern interior fora large family in a confined space? An ideal apartment in the center of Moscow for an exemplary couple with three children - in our today's article This apartment was created for an exemplary family - spouses and three children (six months, 3 years, 12 years). Everything here is focused on family needs: a large living room, a cozy kitchen-dining room, sunny and comfortable children. The head of the family is a co-owner of a company that is one of the leaders in the IT market. Not far from the house is his huge office with two offices. But if you still need to solve some urgent issues at home and use a computer, for this, a small work area with the necessary library is allocated in the living room. The issues of decorating the apartment were taken over by the spouse, who, of course, has excellent taste and a sense of beauty. She entrusted the design of her family hearth to the designer Victoria Kiorsak, who believes that beauty heals the world every second. Victoria Kiorsak, designer Founder of Victoria Kiorsak Interior Design and official representative of Silver Dragon Interiors in Russia. For 11 years she has been creating sophisticated and sophisticated interiors. Her portfolio includes projects of restaurants, offices, country residences, beauty salons and jewelry showrooms. Victoria believes that a person who comes home should be surrounded by beauty, then it is easier and more pleasant for him to live. It's good when the designer and the customer are on the same wavelength and understand each other perfectly. This apartment is an urban family "residence" from where you can make cultural "forays" into the center of the capital. As the main housing, the owners have a country house in the near Moscow region. Victoria Kiorsak, designer: - Since the family is large, it was necessary to accommodate in a very limited space as efficiently as possible four bedrooms, a large hall, three bathrooms, a full-fledged separate wardrobe in the master bedroom, a kitchen with a comfortable dining area, a living room with a workplace, as well as a special block for placing a server rack of a "smart home". One of the main requirements of the customer was pastel shades and muted colors. All furniture and textiles are a little shabby, as if antique. At the same time, the designer used a number of bright accents. This is how a painted sink, colored crystal handles on furniture and graceful blackened silver handles on doors appeared in the interior. An unusual combination of wooden elements andMosaic, lacquered wood surfaces, silver silk panels - all this is great for different lighting. And creates the right atmosphere, corresponding to the mood of the owners. Functionality and comfort have become priorities inapartment design. On a limited area, it was necessary to maximize the efficiency of placing rooms for each family member and common areas of the hall, living room and kitchen-dining room - so that there was enough space for everyone. This task is assisted by a special unit for placing the smart home rack and convenient storage spaces. The master bedroom has a very spacious dressing room with a large mirror mounted in the door from the inside. Large storage systems in the hallway, in the nursery - comfortable and functional wardrobes. Each bathroom has a place to store cosmetics and other necessary household items. Mirror cabinets in bathrooms outside lookLike ordinary mirrors, but when they open, inside there are roomy shelves for cosmetics and other small things. In the shower rooms and near the bathroom there are convenient built-in shelves. Victoria Kiorsak, designer: - The concept of "comfort" includes the aesthetics of the place. Everything should be not only convenient, but also to please the eye. For example, when on the crystal chandeliers through the huge panoramic windows gets the sun, the whole room is flooded with thousands of sunny rabbits. The light beautifully plays on the edges of crystal and walls. Space seems to shine.


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Victoria Kiorsak, designer: - The style was chosen modern. Do not be confused with minimalism, as it often does! All the furniture is made of solid, even custom items, which were produced according to the individual drawings of the designer. I chose furniture "aged" or antique. Any interior is always "doing" the details with whichWe come into contact constantly. Therefore, it is important that they are as thoughtful as possible. For example, light switches with inserts made of silk panels or painted decorative washes. Remember how many times a day we turn on and off the light or my hands. Victoria Kiorsak, designer: "I'm pleased with the unusual solution with the panels in the dining area." To make silver silk panels in varnish frames was a bold experiment, but he absolutely justified himself. I really like the floor in the guest bathroom: the floor covering of tinted oak is wonderfully combined with the mosaic edge of Sicis.