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From Between the Walls
Single malt is one of our most interesting projects we have ever developed. 160 square meters, 3.7 meters ceilings, rounded wall in the living room, is all very non-trivial initial data for the beginning of the project. When designing the interior, we needed to apply all the accumulated knowledge and experience, as well as spend dozens of hours of consultations with engineers and contractors to create an unprecedented space where each element catches the eye, does not overload the environment but is its integral part.
First of all, as in all our works, we filled the apartment with functionality to make it as comfortable as possible. The entourage of the whole apartment breathes with natural textures, that's why stone and wood are so common. One of the primary tasks was the need to separate the private and guest areas, so the left side of the apartment was given to the bedrooms, and the central part was made for spending time with guests.
To fully immerse yourself in the interior designed by us, you should start your journey from the hallway and walk through each room. So, here is the input group.
The minimalist spacious entrance group is made in a combination of light wood, white colour (which expands the space and highlights all the elements of other colours) and accent green pouf. The height of all doors in the general area of the apartment is 2800 mm, as well as the front door. The central accent wall is designed so that there is a feeling that the apartment does not end but has a continuation, due to light wood similar to the area of cabinets and mirrors. All of them expand the space and give the opportunity to examine yourself in full. The white hanging shelf can be a place for keys, various trifles, or for an additional decor as, for example, a flowerpot with dried flowers.
Linear light with a radial wall immediately make it clear where to go next, and a wardrobe that is made of light veneer with additional lighting, perfectly complements and extends the wall with a mirror.
The picture with a pouf is the central accent element of the whole entrance composition and it immediately catches the eye from the door to the laundry.
The next room is the guest bathroom. Despite its minor role, it can compete with the main bathroom. The combination of copper plumbing and green tiles create a special entourage in this room.