A synthesis of the rich interior of the 70s and eastern motifs is how a new project of the interior studio Savateev Design came into being. The designers had been tasked to turn an apartment with thick walls and high ceilings, into a comfortable home which could brighten the mood of its resident.
As a starting point, designer Sergey Savateev took the image of a soft and comfortable interior with a predominance of beige-powder, coffee shades, in which there are many metal elements in chrome and gold. The bedroom is made in the same colours as the main rooms, but stylistically is dramatically different, an imitation of the east. There are no small details built-in into the eastern interior and overloading with rich shades and ornaments, but large architectural forms attract attention and set the tone for the whole interior; the design on the walls refers to Moroccan courtyards and the traditions of eastern bedrooms.
Everything in the interior is thought out to the smallest detail, starting with a sophisticated kitchen area and ending with colour of the LED lights and their intensity.
Savateev Design studio is a team of specialists, under the guidance and control of top designer Sergey Savateev. Each project is a unique, author’s space, and thought out to the smallest details and achieved with love and care.