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comfort zone

The Project

Project: Comfort zone
Area: 365 sq.m.
Location: Dnepr, Ukraine
Realization: 2014
Photo: Tatiana Kovalenko

The Solution

The main wish of the customer was to create an interior in the style of modern classics, which is typical for many American homes. Make it light and spacious, unobtrusive for life. The task was to create an interior that could radiate family heat, and eventually become, so to speak, a "generic nest".

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The Final Good

The owners of this spacious and cozy home are a young family, where two children are growing up. So, on three levels of the house with a total area of 365 sq.m there are 4 bedrooms, one office, three bathrooms, a large living room, a kitchen-dining room, an entrance hall, a hall, a wine cellar and utility rooms on the basement level. The whole second floor we made a quiet zone, which consist exclusively of bedrooms and bathrooms. Kitchen is fully autonomous, not combined with either the living room or the dining room. We went step by step, and construction was implemented gradually without any fuss. For example, in the decoration of all walls and ceiling, we used plaster cornices and moldings, which were made according to our drawings and sketches. Also, we are particularly responsible for the selection of carpentry (stairs and doors). Sometimes the decision was made after long collective discussions. Perhaps, it is thanks to a balanced approach, we have such an excellent result. It is worth noting that the furniture realized in this style required much more time and resources than items that are created in the minimal style. Some positions were brought from Europe. The most favorite element of us - a fireplace portal, laconic and chic at the same time. Framed by a natural stone, it became a worthy functional decoration of this room.

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