Simple geometric forms are dominant in this minimalistic interior. The filling of the walls with monochrome contrasting colours is an important decorative element. An example of this is the white colour in the living room and the hall combined with chocolate, and dark anthracite in the kid’s room. Together, the light coloured walls and natural oak flooring visually enlarge the space.
The principle of open space planning that is characteristic for contemporary interiors is applied for the living zone. The living room, the kitchen and the dining room are joined into one single space, separated by a bar and a supporting column. One of the kitchen walls is decorated with concrete-textured plaster.