INTERIOR DESIGN OF A 60M2 HOUSE
Designed by: Sandra Kurasz
To design the interior of a 60m2 house for a stylish single female.
We wanted to get a light, contemporary interior and to create a fresh, delicate and sophisticated space. One of the most important goals of the project was to obtain expressive, individual identity of the client and, at the same time, to keep it clean and simple.
The house has a very clear division into day and night zones. The day zone is the open ground floor with kitchen and dining area, staircase, study area and living room. Because the space is quite small we designed the kitchen island to fulfill the function of a dining table with comfortable upholstered stools (Walter Knoll) and a wine cooler incorporated into the island. The spaciousness of the entrance area and kitchen is emphasized by a multi-storey pendant lamp. The living room is placed under the mezzanine floor with a small but functional study/work area (sofa from Bonaldo; desk chair from Rolf Benz; coffee table from Minotti; floor lamps from Oda; wall lamp from Nowodvorski; pendant lamp from Petite Friture). Simple forms of carpentry furniture have been contrasted with comfortable upholstered furniture and soft rug with an expressive colorful pattern (Moooi by Christian Lacroix).
The upper storey is a private area. The bedroom with a four-poster bed and a cow skin metallic rug make the space very cosy and comfortable. There is also a bathroom with a large rain shower.
We placed a marble floor all over the house for a clean and sophisticated look and added contrasting wooden panels on the walls to make the space warmer but contemporary. The wallpaper (Elitis) installed on a double-storey wall to emphasized the height of the space. We used delicate velvet fabrics as well as light shades of pink and whites to keep the female style of our client. To break it a little bit and to create a contrast we placed black and charcoal metal elements like blinds, staircase balustrade, kitchen sink, bed frame etc.
This house design project has been featured at InteriorDesignio magazine. Click here to read the post.
OUR WORK INCLUDED:
Selection of fabrics and materials