In this cottage located near the Skolkovo innovation center, our design studio combined modern interior design ideas with classical elements. Functionality and aesthetic appeal are the distinctive features of this two-storey cottage with an attic. The designers wanted to visually enlarge the area of rooms and increase the lighting.
Motifs of minimalism are prevalent in the interior design. They can be found in every room in different ways in accordance to its owner’s interests and tastes.
Among all of the rooms in the house there is a billiard room where the owners spend a fun evening with friends and family. The study design deserves special attention. It combines an informal homely atmosphere with a refreshing decoration that promotes an efficient working environment.
Despite the variety of color accents in different rooms there is one unifying element in the interior design of the cottage. We are talking about the color palette, dominated by beige and brown tones. An open space concept has also been applied in every room. The customer was very pleased with the work of our designers.
Minimalist living room design
An illuminated built-in closet became one of the furnishing highlights of this living room with the area of 40 m2. Laconic rectangular shaped closet looks harmonious with the luminous niches of the multi-level ceiling. A light parquet floor is complemented by delicate pastel walls. The client appreciated the abundance of light and space in the living room.
Billiard room design
The area of the billiard room is about 40 m2. The light wood parquet floor looks perfect with wall panels of two colors decorated with wide horizontal stripes. The owner really liked this harmonious interior design and a functional split-level ceiling with lighting on the perimeter.
Minimalist bedroom interior
The area of the bedroom in this project is about 20 m2. A built-in wardrobe with mirrored doors occupies the entire wall. There is light parquet on the floor and the ceiling lights have the same rectangle shape as windows. The owners liked the concise design of the interior.
Guest room design in a classic style
This guest room is designed in a classic style. A refined white and violet composition has been created in a 20 square-meter area. Tenderness and harmony of the color palette has been outlined with strict lines of light parquet on the floor and white cornices. The pattern on the stretch ceiling matches the textile wallpaper panels. An elegant chandelier that looks like a sugar sculpture complements the composition. The client was impressed with the combination of finishes with textiles.
This bathroom design is implemented in the minimalist style. Its area is about 20 m2. The floor and walls are laid with granite ceramic tiles of pastel colors. A snow-white split-level ceiling with the lights on its curved inner loop softens the strictness of straight lines. The clients really enjoyed the harmony of colors.
Classics and minimalism in the kitchen interior
When working on this kitchen interior the designers of Ruslan and Maria Green’s Studio tried to save literally every centimeter of useful space, as well as in other rooms of the cottage. For example, a built-in kitchen unit, apart from being very spacious, takes up very little space. Glass inserts, glossy and mirror surfaces reflect the light very well and also contribute to the fact that the room visually seems more spacious. A ceiling decoration of shiny beads looks like frozen rain drops. Overall, this kitchen interior in the cottage is minimalistic.
Beige and brown monochrome in the study room design
This study is designed in the style of minimalism. This square room has an area of about 20 m2. The walls are decorated with polished veneer and relief panels. There is paneling parquet on the floor with mosaic in the central part. The owner liked this comfortable interior and its warm beige and brown colors.
Wife’s study interior design
The interior of the wife’s study puts you into a romantic mood. Pastel pink shades of the room help to harmonize the state of mind and put thoughts in order. A working area with a white table, typical for French rooms, is located near the window. In order not to clutter the room, the designers of Ruslan and Maria Green’s Studio used built-in cabinets in this design project. A sofa and a TV are placed in niches decorated with ancient pilasters.
Daughter’s study room interior design
The daughter’s study interior design is stylistically close to Art Nouveau, although there are some elements of amazing Art Deco. A window sill was turned into a soft bench where she can always relax with a book. Built-in cabinets with glass doors add some modern gloss to the room. A dressing table with a pumpkin-looking ottoman can be used as a boudoir.
We applied minimalist and eco-style decoration techniques in this attic with an area of about 50 m2. The main color of the room is beige. The walls and the ceiling are lined with wood, and there are granite ceramic tiles on the floor. Beams of dark color and oak furniture create a special accent in the interior. The owner really liked it.