Design project for a walk-through living room with an area of 32 sq.m.
The interior of the living room is made in a warm neutral color scheme, the starting point was the shade of the wood of the wall panels behind the TV, which was used on cabinet furniture. The concrete wall and ceiling, polished and varnished, became a contrasting element of the finishing materials. Hanging shelves, cabinets and shelving from the Vilma collection from Angstrom look laconically against the background of concrete. On the opposite wall, painted to look like white cabinets from the Vilma collection, the furniture literally dissolves into space and does not compete with the accent wall.
Part of the living room inevitably takes on the role of a corridor to the back of the apartment, which explains the location of upholstered furniture in the very center of the room, and not against the wall. In the center of the room, a carpet with a medium pile gives a cozy sitting area. The accent element is a large family corner sofa made of green flock, the contrast of which is a "bright spot" - a table lamp of tangerine shade.
The task was to create a functional space with elements of Belgian minimalism, calm shades, an air-filled space, complete with furniture that has long remained relevant.