This apartment in the St. Petersburg townhouse belongs toYoung and very creative couple. And, of course, first of all, the life style of the hosts was reflected in the interior of Natalia Janson, designer and decorator of the premises: "I am convinced that design can and should be exceptional, created for a particular person or family with its unique image of beauty and comfort. My client knows that his personality, image will be reflected in every detail of the interior, and these details will be most relevant. In many ways, my projects are based on careful selection of color, fashionable artifacts, decorative techniques. However, I believe that a good design is always a bit over fashion, or, as they say in Europe, timeless, timeless. I understand how important the feeling of home is; How important it is to have no boundaries. And I give this priceless feeling. " Customers of this project wanted to create a stylish and modern living space, but at the same time exclude the presence of "bachelor" rigidity and cold inherent in many current interiors. First of all, the owners wanted to see their house warm and cozy. The dreams of the customers included a spacious living room where it would be nice to get together a big company and play "Elias"; Home office, able to inspire even in the most inclement weather; And, of course, the bedroom - an island of serenity, being on which you can forget about the rest of the world. Studio I Am Home took this challenge with great enthusiasm. Natalia Janson, designer and decorator of the premises: "The large living room is the central room in this apartment not only formally. The very idea of this space, you can say, flew to us. The inspiration was bright art work with birds. Behind it appeared a bit like a nest ceiling light with natural ornament, wallpaper with dry wood and a picture with feathers. All this gave a hint of eco-style. " The authors of the project tried to avoid the feeling of congestion in the living room, but they managed to fill the space with a lot of curious details. For example, logs that seem to be a support for a chest of drawers, in fact, represent an exclusively decorative object, because the chest of drawers is attached to the wall and does not need support. Another eye-catching detail of the living room is the dynamic 3D panel behind the TV. It seems that she sets the rhythm of the whole environment. A suspended ceiling visually separates the dining areaFrom the living room and at the same time visually lower the ceiling a little and add to the space of comfort. Also, to create a warm home atmosphere, the textile design of the living room: cushions, sofa, carpet. The dining area in this project does not at all appear to be an "appendage" of the kitchen. Unusual chairs and bright decor have to stay longer here. The kitchen in this apartment is small, but functional. Here is everything you need and hide all unnecessary. In particular, all communications are covered with a ceiling with imitation of concrete. The color design of the kitchen is the same as in the living room. For the apron, Bardelli tile is used. Ironically, the warmest in colorDesign room in this project - cabinet. He was bright and very creative: the walls are painted in contrasting colors, shelving in the loft-style at the same time performs a decorative function of the main focus, with a ceiling on it all looks asymmetrical light. Special attention is given to the light. Elements of the decoration of the living room are also present in theBedroom. For example, the wallpapers here - the same Italian collection, and the most spectacular and trendy reception - concrete panels to which it's tempting to touch. On the wall at the head of the bed you can see 2 pictures. They, like the inhabitants of this room, are completely different from each other, but still can not exist separately. In this apartment it turned out to combine the technologies of the XXI century and the comfort of the home, eco-style and urbanism in its best manifestation. So, we can say with confidence that the project was a success.
December 19, 2017
December 18, 2017