Learning to ennoble Country home on the English model. Sheathe the walls and ceiling wood, are building a niche and fill their cupboards and consoles, select fixtures in the same style and they fill all the rooms.
Information about the property. Cottage from laminated veneer lumber, the total area of 300 square meters. m
Original condition. Cottage is the second house on the site, has a clear separation of the input, and the front part of the living.
Wishes of the customer. lined interior features in English.
Solution Designer. Cottage from glued beams Honka built as a second home in the area and was intended for the elderly parents of the customer. This fact largely predetermined interior design - the style (English design) to specific details of the situation. Successful plan of the building with a clear division on the front, and the front part of the residential designers and stressed beat, taking the example of English interiors, using blinds, various decorative materials, built-in cabinets and niches. To create a relaxing, cozy interior chose British design - with restrained classical furniture, traditional tiles and tapestries. Natural materials and natural colors of furniture and accessories made home furnishings and warm at the same time focused on the nature of a country home.
5 receptions, which is worth repeating:
Armchair with "ears." More English subject situation is hard to find. Previously, it protects its owners from drafts, now - from prying views, cozy nap in it with a favorite book or a fall in daytime sleepiness.
Console in the openings. Englishmen loved to fill their interiors small gizmos brought from their colonies. They set them on numerous consoles, acting as museum showcases.
Wooden paneling. Tree - favorite material inhabitants of Albion. They are often covered only the lower part of the wall. But for complete uniformity can sheathe tree completely and walls and ceiling.
Eternal "carpet". Patterned tile covering simulating pattern carpet will last as much as the house itself. This "carpet" will not fade, will not burn in the sun and facilitate cleaning. It looks so "island" as a traditional rug, brought to England from colonial conquest.
A breakdown of the wall. Traditional English: bottom wooden panel on top - wallpaper. Modern interpretation: diagonally decomposed dark tiles at the bottom, standard packing light - at the top.