Colour shouldn’t be the one solution to make an area visually fascinating. The truth is, when too many vibrant colours come into play, it’s straightforward for an area to get a busy, crowded, and distracting. This Moscow residence, as visualized by Iqosa, as an alternative chooses to stick with a impartial colour palette, consisting largely of darkish grays, lotions, black, and a little bit of gold. To convey extra visible curiosity into the area, texture is used closely all through the design.
First up is the lounge, which facilities on a big, clean sectional couch that faces a tv. The flat panel display is held on a craggy stone wall, with the seen texture each serving to to camouflage the tv and to create an fascinating dynamic between the graceful surfaces of the couch and its reverse wall.
Within the adjoining eating and kitchen space, texture continues to weave its approach by way of the story of the design. For example, the deep eating chairs use a wire body that takes the place of the usual Eames-type clean, molded chairs whereas the desk they encompass shines with a clean glass end.
Subsequent to the eating desk, clean wooden paneling contrasts with a vertical backyard, in each shade and texture.
The stairwell is sort of fascinating as nicely, with a big wall show behind the precise steps drawing consideration away from the sensible nature of the area. Lighting provides the wall a gold reflection and makes the steps all however disappear, making the alcove its personal inventive show.
Within the bed room, mushy greys and whites are offset by a inexperienced indoor tree and a deep kelly inexperienced throw throughout the mattress. A bigger than life portray brings in a singular inventive aspect however doesn’t disrupt the palette in any respect.
The main bedroom additionally options its personal lush seating space with a gentle gray carpet, clean couch, and trendy hearth with the leaping flames create their very own texture as nicely.