This interior is an architectural continuation of the house idea that allowed us to realize the concept of open space. Used with noble, natural materials, varied in textures, glossy and matte finishes, with the commitment color integrity.
The vision from the design of the house successfully appeared by installing it inside and creating a sleek yet cozy atmosphere. The land plot was large, so its area and layout were unlimited.
Natural oak flooring contrasts well with natural Italian marble. The panels built specifically for this house. The fireplace in this house is not only a functional detail but also a beautiful decorative element.
Much elegant stone and natural materials create this elegant interior. Using quality and beautiful materials, the interior emphasized the importance of interior durability.
All hard furniture, with the exception of cuisine, Chosen by architects. The island kitchen between the dining room and the light kitchen is also designed by Prusta. It is in the form of a trapezium, which has extended the function of the island. One side is a bar, and on the other side, it is convenient to have dinner for guests. The white artificial stone product looks like ice floating on a slippery marble surface.
The huge dining table, built by a wooden countertop and massive metal legs, throws in the cozy room in this house. The massive leather furniture special for guests who like gourmet experimentation in the kitchen and elegant conversations at the bursting fireplace.
When designing the interior of this spacious house, architects E. Prunskiene and I. Prunska strove for the unity of colors, so they chose warm tones: yellowish, brownish, brown and sand.
Detail In Interior
Although the materials are different, they are compatible. Shiny and matt, warm and cold, black and white – this harmony of contrasting textures and colors create a deep impression. The first floor of the house was very spacious. The structural elements became part of the interior because their color did not differ too much. The glass partition between the sauna and the big room can be slid – so space is expanded even further.
To be safe in the spa area, it is lined with non-slip tiles. In the room, we find a sauna, a shower, and a dressing room. In the morning we find the bedrooms of parents, guests, and children.
The adult lounge area repeats the first floor colors, materials and solid elegance. The bathroom is separated from the bedroom only by a small partial partition, and in the middle of the room, the freestanding bed quietly indicates the intimate intimacy of this room.