How to make the space bright, but not deliberate,Keeping a reasonable balance of beauty and comfort? Let's look at the example of a house in which the designer used several unusual, but very spectacular techniques. We already told you about. And this house of 73 square meters is located in the village of Lyikovo, Odintsovo district, Moscow region. His mistress decided to transform the living room and kitchen area, applying for help to the designer Natalia Volkova. Why to her? The owner of the house is a creative person, Natalia's ideas turned out to be close to her, which prefers to focus on the principles of Japanese aesthetics, namely: free space, the expression of the idea in several strokes, the absence of excess and fuss, the depth of the idea. The conceptual decision of the transformations in this house came at once. Natalia suggested several basic "landmarks": brightness, refinement, accents in the style of art nouveau, setting a solemn tone, organic and natural lines, a preference for natural materials. Natalia Volkova, designer Graduated from the school of interior design "Details". Develops interiors of private and public spaces. He also creates author's decorative objects. Artcrafts.ru Natalia believes that it is the beauty and subtlety of the Art Nouveau style that inspires many of her colleagues with graceful architectural solutions and subtle color combinations. When developing the project, it was decided to bring in elements of this style to make the space that was being built more solemn and vivid. The main role in the coloristic decision is played by the color of fuchsia - one of the favorite colors of the customer. A few pillows on the couch coincide in shade with the orchid, which supports a tonal accent. This flower so appropriately and gently looks on the gray background of the wall that the whole project was named in his honor - Orchid. The stylistic decision is underlined forgedElements and stained-glass windows, made in the so-called "Tiffany technique." Geometric elements make the interior airy, and the decor with Japanese motifs resembles in shape and shades with the Art Nouveau motif. Judging by the wishes of the customer, she has a delicateArtistic taste. It is logical to assume that the scope of its activities may be related to creativity, for example, with teaching in an art school or directly with the participation in the creation of an intellectual product or art objects. A busy working day in a noisy city requires relaxation and rest in the evenings or weekends in secluded seclusion and silence. But creative nature craves beauty around itself at any time of the day. Hence the similar interior, where you want to dream, create, communicate with close people. And for the guests here everything has been thought out to the last detail. The main accent in the living room is a semicircular fireplace. In its decoration was used a mirror mosaic that sets a festive tone for the whole space. The living room is connected to the kitchen, and this space was decided to be executed in warm olive tones, which are harmoniously combined with the color of fuchsia, not allowing it to unduly dominate. The walls and textiles in olive shade are balanced with elements in a shade of fuchsia. Equally balanced are the convex and smooth details of textiles and. In order to link modern kitchen furniture with the dining area, the designer used inserts of green glass mosaic in the finish of the apron and bar counter. The presence of catchy details in a moderate amount immediately attracts attention to this area of space, but remains within the framework of good taste. The highlight of the dining room was made to orderLamp above the dining table, with beads from onyx, reminiscent of a cup of an exotic flower. Very Japanese, stylish, and at the same time miraculously fits into the dynamics of a country house.