Studio Apartment Furnished with Eclectic Items and Integrated by Wine Red Color Range
Luba, a student of Parsons School of Design, NYC
Number of rooms: 1
Metric area: 40 m²
Ceiling height: 3 m
Floor number: 3
A young lady Luba moved in an apartment of her own last year, on the 22nd of May, which is her birthday. The layout of her purchase was contemporary and quite convenient. So, an interior designer’s task was just to decorate and zone the space competently. The project was taken up by Lartnik interior studio. Its employees also made a few drawings of furniture, which was later custom-made on a mill.
The renovation team was engaged for 1.5 years: they applied Venetian plaster to walls, installed two-color stretched ceilings and laid a light parquet floor.
As for the furniture, it is safe to say that the items are quite eclectic, but united with a single color range – wine red and violet, the hostess’ favorite one. A high storage box with an electric cooking panel on it is frequently used as a bonus dining spot. For this purpose it was supplemented with a couple of bar stools. Standing in the spotlight is an arm-chair of classic shape, nicknamed a “throne” by friends. It’s a habitual seat for guests of honour. Some of the items arrived with Luba from the USA. A storage zone is arranged on multiple shelves concealed behind huge glass doors, which additionally expand the space.
Orbed lamps are made by ALR Joy. Two standard lamps by Zonca serve as a match to a sofa. An adjustable height lift top coffee table by Granse Consulat was ordered from France.
Despite a moderate scale of the kitchen, it’s quite fit for cooking: compact and capacious at the same time. The majority of furniture items and built-in kitchen equipment are located along the wall. Arranged aside is a round kitchen island with a Kerlite top, which is easily accessible from every side.