100 m² | 2022 | Ivano-Frankivsk
This is an interior design project for an apartment in the city of Ivano-Frankivsk, which is currently at the stage of implementation :)
We begin the acquaintance with the entrance group, where the main element is a huge mirror with lighting in the ceiling and a bright yellow ottoman.
Corridor, living room, and kitchen - all these rooms are combined into one continuous space. Thanks to this, the apartment is perceived as unusual and interesting. As a floor covering, we used microcement, which smoothly transitions from zone to zone without seams and joints, and emphasizes the unified space.
We made the kitchen in a dark graphite color, which emphasized the contrast of the interior. Furniture facades with a soft-touch coating and a countertop made of artificial stones make this kitchen not only stylish, but also practical. Nearby, the dining area is illuminated by a large hanging conical lamp of Ukrainian production, and the furniture made of natural wood gives a feeling of coziness and comfort.
Also, next to the kitchen, a workplace is hidden behind a glass partition. The living room is decorated with a stylish yellow designer sofa and a huge TV section. We achieved a certain geometry of the interior thanks to roller blinds, which we used instead of traditional curtains.
We made the children's room for the future, because now the clients do not have children, so the main task here was the versatility of the interior. So that both the boy and the girl are comfortable here. We chose the main color - terracotta. And near the window, we provided a temporary work area for parents, which will transform into a children's area when the child arrives.
The master's bedroom, like almost the entire apartment, is in restrained colors, but here we shifted the emphasis to textures. The wall behind the head of the bed is decorated with rough decorative plaster imitating the surface of cut stone. This effect is emphasized in the evening by designer plaster lamps with national Ukrainian patterns.
Thanks to the successful re-planning in the bathroom, we managed to realize the customers' dream - to place a free-standing bathtub and tropical shower at the same time. The bathroom is divided into two zones, dry (with mirror and sinks) and wet (with bath and shower). And thanks to good drainage, you don't have to worry about the floor - the capacity of the shower trap was specially calculated for the shower system. There is also a small guest bathroom next to the bath.
We placed all the engineering systems in the dressing room, we also made a washing area and many places for storing things.
Interior designer: Daria Neporozhnia
CG artist: Daria Neporozhnia
Interior architects: Illia Horbenko, Ilona Gora