Something special could be created even using simple materials. There could be a play of colors, texture and rhythm of tiles, rare musical instruments, ceramics and decor. 

Our customers gave us freedom. The project was implemented without any special requirements and restrictions, except for the budget. If you live in the same environment all the time, you will get stuck and bored. Therefore, we try to avoid stagnation, and if there is a possibility of freedom of choice, we always use unusual shades, try to leverage them somehow giving the dynamics to the interiors.

The bedroom turned out to be very theatrical, with a large sitting area and a cube clothes room that resembles a dressing room. We built it on purpose to hide all things here and free space up from unnecessary details as much as possible. A dressing room is always a big plus, so if you can bite off 4 squares from a room, we always do it.

The space in the kitchen-living room has become quite free, we have hidden the refrigerator, there is a lot of cupboards and shelves. The color of the kitchen is called "Silk stone" – a very beautiful calm color that plays interesting shades at different times of the day. Bright green Svartisen chairs add emotion to the calm graphite background and complement the overall picture with the mood of Northern Scandinavian design. It turned out stylish and functional. All as we love)

Designer: Julia Baydyk
Shooting stylist:
Natasha Egorova
Artists: Maxim Mazur, Olga Fradina, Alexey Ivanyuk, Pavel Makov, Natasha Egorova
Brands: TASHA ORO, Svartisen, Staritska Maysternya, Devo Home, Morgental, Old Store,
Partners: Art Workshops KIA, Mironova Gallery, AGROMAT

Publication in the summer issue of Prima Interior 2020 magazine