A charming design hides inside a classic house in Bohuslav. The minimalist, elegant interior in grey colours is filled with a lot of warm wooden panels and brass decor, thanks to which it turns from cold to cosy and homely.
The highlight of the interior was the living room, the view of which opens from two floors. An accent piece of the inner world of this room is a custom-made lamp installation. Myriads of glass leaves, seemingly circling in the air, transmit light, refract it and thereby illuminate the space.
One of the difficulties in the work was the arched windows that did not fit into the modern interior. Therefore, we decided to hide part of the windows with Roman curtains. Thanks to this, the border between the second and first row of windows has been erased and the feeling that they are complete is created. It is also a functional solution, because in this way the space turns into a home cinema, a large screen comes out from below, and the windows are automatically closed.
Another interesting feature of the interior is the double-sided fireplace in the living room and kitchen.
Entering the house, you get to a spacious hall, from which you can go to the kitchen, living room, or a spiral staircase with an elevator.
Downstairs is a games room with billiards and table tennis. The walls are decorated with stone veneer and Italian-made ceramic panels. We installed them in zigzags and lit them from behind.
Finally, going upstairs, you can get to the living area, there is a playroom for children, a main bedroom and several guest rooms, which we have decorated with various paintings.