Interior designers Ramūnas Manikas and Valdas Kontrimas transform abandoned space into the modern, luxury penthouse, located in Kaliningrad, The Russian Federation.
The penthouse is located in a formerly – abandoned attic of a modern building. The largest space contains a hallway, kitchen – dining room and a large living room. Separated rooms include a dressing room, utility room, storage room, bathroom, guest bathroom and children’s room. There is also a separate space for the parents, with a bedroom, dressing room and bathroom.
The style of the interior is minimalist and refined, speaking of contemporary modern luxury. Precious materials, natural surfaces, and monochrome colors create a unified impression. Everything was well – calculated and not overburdened, to avoid eclectic or purposefully eye-catching expensive details. The luxury is formed by combined elements: quality furniture, lights, sanitary ware, tiles and other interior features produced by acknowledged companies. The penthouse is decorated with dark brown or black and white shades. The dark colors include toned brown wood floor, veneer – coated and tinted wall panels and doors, toned glued wood columns and finishing of the entire construction of the roof, black leather living room furniture, and black lights.
These dark colors make a contrast with light walls, white kitchen, light stone imitation tiles and natural stone tabletop of the table in the dining room, as well as light leather dinning chairs and armchairs of the recreation area, covered in bright fabric. This design allows to control the considerable volume of the premises and create a cozy and at the same time representative home environment. Photography: Ramūnas Manikas