Gorgeous Contemporary Villa in Montenegro (Part 2)
In the previous post we started our virtual tour around a beautiful villa designed in contemporary style on the seashore of Montenegro. Now we’re moving upstairs to have a look at beautiful designs of three bedrooms and two bathrooms located here.
So, the second floor starts from a gallery, which serves as a common relaxation area for the inhabitants of three bedrooms located upstairs. It’s furnished with a couple of comfy arm-chairs with thin metal framework by Dublin, a dark old-chest-shaped chest of drawers in ethnic style from Oxford Student Long Trunk series and round coffee tables with tops in light wood and dark and light frameworks by My House.
Immediately from the gallery one gets to the biggest master bedroom in the house. Its walls are finished with bespoke light wood panels with built-in LED lamps. They create a nice background for a pale gray Marko Kraus bed with a tall headboard and suspended custom-made bedside tables.
The bedroom features two exits: one leads to the walk-in closet and the other takes us to the bathroom. Here the countertop is made from white quartz by Laufen and a wall-mounted wash basin mixer is made by Hansgrohe Puravida. Besides a glass shower cabin, there is a classical oval bathtub by Villeroy & Boch.
The other wing of the second floor is occupied by two bedrooms united by a common hallway and a bathroom.
In the first bedroom a grayish beige bespoke upholstered bed is accompanied by a light gray ottoman by Curations. The headboard wall is decorated with custom-made dark wooden panels, which are matched by the same-style décor of built-in closet doors.
The second bedroom is designed in quite a similar way: a gray bed designed by an Italian Poliform, decorative wooden panels and a built-in closet bring the two rooms together in terms of style concept. But there is a difference still: in the first bedroom bedside tables are designed quite classically, while here the metal trimmings of nightstands by Restoration Hardware add a note of loft aesthetics to the image of the room.
As for the bathroom, a traditional bathtub was sacrificed for a spacious shower cabin finished with two dark natural marble slabs by Antic Wood. And a finishing touch is brought by a bespoke white marble countertop and a wooden wash basin cabinet.