This is the second country house of a client who lives in the city. The first one is far away, so he needed a house for going out of town for the weekend not far from Moscow. The house should be small, but with all the usual infrastructure. The living room must have a real wood-burning fireplace with a large woodshed. There should be plenty of cozy places to read in the house. The customer is very fond of sunbeds by the window where you can sit near the natural daylight from the window. The kitchen should be separate, not necessarily large, but with an island for breakfast.
Due to the fact that this is an "urban" dacha, the interior style was chosen to be restrained, with a slight hint of hedonism in the color scheme, evoking warm associations with the mild taste of coffee with milk, airy meringue and the tart aroma of red wine from Bordeaux. The interior has a lot of play of light and shadow. Large volumes of all interior elements have a special sculptural expressiveness and create a feeling of reliability. Large flat planes of the walls and ceiling fix soft gradients of light and shadow. Heterogeneous decorative painting is a reference to ethno-design with its naturalness and interaction with nature.
An entrance hall filled with natural light that fills the space with a slight haze and connects the entrance hall with the living room. The interior is very minimalistic. The mirror expands the room, making it twice as big. This solution allows you to visually increase the space, give an additional feeling of volume and air. Finishing mirror "antique", creates a visual effect of the mystical world behind the looking glass. On the practical side, the light texture on the mirror makes it visible. The hallway space becomes clear and comfortable for the human eye. This greatly reduces the likelihood that someone will want to enter it.
A work of art is quite capable of becoming the central place of the room, attracting all the attention to itself. In this case, it is a large picture, located ideally along the axis of the wall. The painting in red has a very strong energy. It sets the beginning of the development of the plot of the interior of the whole house.
The central part of the house - its core - the living room, around which everything unfolds. The living room is a hub: in it we sit on sofas, through it we go to the second floor, go to the kitchen and the terrace. This is the perfect place to relax with family and friends. The central sofa group provides a large number of seats - everyone will be comfortable.
The living room has a combination of colors of coffee beans, marshmallow tones, baked milk and salted caramel. The mirror reflection of the glass dilutes the interior. The fabric screen and carpet support the idea of a soft gradient between light and shadow. The use of smooth transitions gives depth to the space and emphasizes the details of the interior.
With a small area of the kitchen, it was possible to make it quite functional. The room is filled with natural daylight. Almost half of the wall area is windows. With such a large amount of glazing, it is not easy to place all the necessary kitchen equipment in such a small room. By placing an island in the center of the kitchen, we added storage space and increased the work surface.
In the kitchen, on the wall above the DeCastelli metal chest of drawers, there is a figurative art with a mysterious girl in a light flowing veil. Her emotional image creates an atmosphere of calm. The colors of the painting in the Bordeaux palette are the color of dry red wine connoisseurs. The theme of wine tones is supported by bar stools upholstered in velor.
Plum color has been introduced in the bedroom. It dilutes the monochrome palette of the whole house. The master bedroom block is a set of all necessary functions - a wardrobe at the entrance to the room, a bedroom with a chest of drawers and a table, a bathroom with a shower. The location of the bed plays a huge role in the interior of the bedroom. The bed is hidden from the passage, which creates a feeling of safety and security.
The design of the children's room is a functionally filled free light space with accent textile design and softer, smoother forms. The room is personalized with mint shades of furniture upholstery.