Eclectic Design for a Family Home
Our mission with this project was to create a Scandinavian, slightly industrial design, without too much wood and a bit of color. The newly built house gave us the freedom to improve the flow by editing the initial layout, and make changes to the electric and plumbing systems.
Since the exterior was brick, we also brought the look inside with two exposed walls – one at the entrance, and one in the living room. This allowed us to incorporate some wood and metal finishes, without overusing them.
The ground floor represents the perfect open space – an airy entrance, a big dresser that separates the kitchen and conceals the fridge, a storage door hidden in an accent wall. And if you’re wondering where the TV is – well, there is none. The shelves above the couch host a powerful projector, and the screen rolls down from the ceiling when prime time starts.
The same idea of maximizing flow as well as storage space was used for the master bedroom and dressing. The bed was initially thought to face the window, but we suggested to have it facing the wall, for extra storage and a better use of the space.
All in all, the result is clear: a warm and cozy atmosphere, which makes this house a perfect home for the family.
- Client Private
- Year 2020
- Services Interior Design & Decoration