Designer Alena Gorskaya
There was no such bright, non-standard and provocative project at the intersection of culture and subculture in the “Ultimate Home Do-over” show. The same as the owners – young, eccentric and very creative couple. The spirit of rebellion and freedom against the background of deliberate baroque, street art and classic. The ceiling painting with a luxurious chandelier – and graffiti on the walls with stucco decoration, a real palace fireplace, pillars with capitals – and a bike on the wall, a leather frameless chair – and a magnificent three-meter sofa in velvet upholstery with a carriage screed – and all this in a 20-meter living room with bay window.
The bay window has become a creative patio for creative parties. And in the recreation area provided functional storage systems that bring an additional element of the game to the living room without cluttering up the space.
This bold game is continued by the original floor decoration, in which a stacked Chevron is adjacent to microcement and graffiti that have passed from walls to the floor.
“I will inspire you to live brightly!”, – the author of the project, designer Alena Gorskaya, promises.
The project used Coswick parquet Oak Chambord from the “Chevron” collection.
Author of the project: Alena Gorskaya
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