A two-store house in Scandinavian style with many small rooms and secret passages for the cheerful family with three kids. Its hostess set the pace of the design concept – warm white and cosy eco-minimalism with a touch of scandi. Thus, in almost each room there are wood, white colour and real plants.
A special attention was paid to projecting and planning of the playing rooms for kids. The one for the youngest boys as well as their bedroom was projected according to the Montessori method – for instance, low beds along with all the other furniture constructed for the conveniency, so that the kids would be able to use them on their own without a help of parents.
In contrast, the bedroom of the oldest kid was designed in colour blocking – a mustard sleeping couch, bright chests of drawers, the art wall panno of his creation, and a jeans-textured carpet. The walk-in wardrobe also serves as a storage for books.
The walls in the living room, kitchen and a hall are coated in a decorative plaster that creates a smooth-as-silk touch. White surfaces are emphasized with the massive wooden beams, colourful details, greenery, and lighting. The stair is made of wood and decorated with an ambilight rotated with a grass-effect carpets to give some playful feeling to the interior.
The master bedroom is as restrained as Nordic style. A massive grey-black bed with the dark bed linen, chests of drawers on the legs, and a wardrobe with bold 3D-doors create a monochrome interior embraced by the deep blue armchair and carpet.
Bright, juicy colours of the bathroom contribute to the great start of the day making people wake up, fresh up and smile.
This project was another confirmation of how stylish and elegant can the Scandinavian design be in its simplicity yet still friendly to the modern furniture and colourful accents.