The design with the “turn-key” execution. Timelessness with a lot of white, grey and wood was a key word which was a guideline in the interior design. Originally the kitchen was open to the living room, in the design it was optically separated from the living room. It created an additional storage space (together with a handy pantry). Instruments and books are the leading motifs of the interior. TV is placed in a cabinet and can be hidden behind sliding doors. When the door hide the TV a book case becomes uncovered. The living room must also accommodate a place for board games and family photos. Colour elements on fabric enhance the interior style and allow for changing the design and climate – it is enough to change the colour of the pillows and pouffes and the interior evolves to a new, refreshed style.
- Photos by Ramasintha