In this article I will introduce you to a house with a peculiarity: the absence of a TV.
A few quick works made it possible to renovate the living area and the kitchen, also creating an entrance with a wardrobe area behind it.
The entire house is characterized by the use of external lights, which filter through the many windows and large windows, allowing great natural lighting in any environment.
The choice of a single floor gives great uniformity to the overall whole, which appears bright and homogeneous, reflecting the clients’ taste for light furnishings.
Even the choice of soft colors for walls and windows, internal and external, gives homogeneity and elegance to the house, in which the green-blue touches of the furnishing accessories stand out.
The space occupied by the kitchen is rather small, but the choice to focus on white furniture gives the optical illusion of larger spaces.
The kitchen is L-shaped to take full advantage of the distribution of space and is equipped with wall units and base units with throat opening in matt white lacquer.
There is also a small table for four people, perfectly inserted in the context thanks to a skilful design, which also focuses on the light points located both along the entire kitchen and above the table.
The living area
The entire living area is dominated by the great brightness of the spaces and focuses on custom-made furnishings that cover the environment in an almost tailor-made way.
The general style is modern and focuses on furniture capable of allowing a fair degree of flexibility: this is the case of the low module next to the bookcase, which, if necessary, can be transformed into a TV stand (even if at the moment, by choice of the customers, it was not inserted), but also of the Ferm Living containment console in the entrance, which was born as a plant holder, but can become a convenient object holder.
The sense of chromatic uniformity guaranteed by furniture, walls and curtains is broken only by the green-blue brushstrokes of one of the two armchairs and the cushions on the sofa, as well as by other small furnishing accessories (a vase, some ornaments placed in the inside the library and the prints on the walls).
The solution given by the custom-made milled wooden panel is very pleasant, which runs along the table and the sofa and which houses a shelf, as it offers continuity with the floor.
The master bedroom occupies a rather modest room, but thanks to the careful design of the furnishings, it is functional and impactful.
Here, too, the dominant chromatic combination throughout the apartment is maintained, which sees light and restful colors, broken up by green-blue elements, represented here by the wall that frames the bed, the pillows and the blanket.
Two shelves that reflect the same color of the floor above the bed, providing a pleasant support for books and various objects.
The kid room plays more strongly with the shades of blue given by the mid-height band of color and the drawings of the whales above the desk and on the carpet, while maintaining the overall balance. Bella is the structure on which the bed rests, which gives great lightness to the space, also allowing you to use the underlying part as a play corner; both the small desk and the wardrobe seem to merge with the wall on which they rest, giving a sense of greater depth to the spaces.
Both bedrooms, as well as the rest of the apartment, furnish in this way they are very restful. All the details are in harmony.