One of the client’s main wishes was to use a lot of colour on the surfaces. The idea for the colour palette of greens and blues came from the surrounding parks and the close by sea. The old parquet flooring was in good condition, so we decided to keep it and add new flooring in the same style where needed. To complement the original patinated brass door handles in the apartment, untreated brass was also chosen as a material for taps and the shower.
Green Verde Alpi marble was used for the thick countertops in the kitchen and bathroom as well as the bathroom tiles. The bedroom and living room walls are covered with wallpapers that have subtle textures that keep the overall look calm but have a lot of character and life. For the framed doors of the cabinets, wallpapers in the middle were chosen to match the walls to visually merge the cabinets into them. The bathroom walls were covered with semi-shiny plaster and other rooms were painted.
The end-result of this project is a home full of character, charm and layers, including all the loose furniture and decorations chosen by the client. In a project like this, the dedication from all constructors and suppliers involved is vital for an excellent end-result. We are happy to have had a constructor who understood the architectural style and had the craftsman skills to complete even the challenging details.
The project was featured in Asun magazine 01 / 2023.