Proyecto realizado por Meritxell Ribé - The Room Studio
Construcción: The Room Work
Fotografías: Mauricio Fuertes
Diseño de salón para visitas abierto, clásico renovado, de tamaño medio, sin chimenea y televisor, con suelo de madera clara, paredes beige y suelo beige colo pared
balda detras del sofa
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Plastered white arched joinery across the flat reminded of a seaside house on an island in Greece and bespoke moulded bedroom and wardrobes’ doors could easily bring your imagination to one of those elegant flats in Paris. Custom made shelves were all plastered before being painted, old French shutters were found to be incorporated as wardrobes doors, and all the ironmongery was custom made in Belgium. Old chimneys were removed to be replaced by simple grey stone.
Based on those concepts the colour scheme of the apartment was kept quite neutral varying between white and grey to blue with a splash of red, which worked as an accent colour.
Full length Dinesen wooden floor planks were brought inside through the window and fitted throughout the flat, except kitchen and bathrooms.
fot. Richard Chivers
The client at one point said he imagined a ‘tree’ on the living room wall, so Jessica designed a sculptural, abstracted tree which was fabricated out of recycled wood lath stained with colorful anolyn dies. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
We freshened up the look of this home to reflect the style of the new homeowners. Taking our cues from the water, we used all shades of blues to play off of the tranquility of the spectacular lake views. And, we used graphic patterns to infuse pops of energy in the tile, stair runner, and artwork.
Photos done by Ryan Hainey Photography, LLC.
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