The starting point when creating the interior was the dream of the program hero about a Russian stove. Taking this idea into account during the renovation process, a rustic life was organized for the owners of the house, with a Russian stove, walls made of timber in a bright and modern interpretation, the walls were decorated with Vologda linen and wicker lamps.
The sofa with cylindrical shapes became a continuation of the wall made of timber; the carpet was chosen with a black pattern, as if inspired by the sawing of a tree trunk. So all the items here are a modern interpretation of the life of a Russian hut.
The theme of the village was finally revealed in the bathroom, where the window was decorated with a carved frame from the ancient facade. For this decorative design, the windows were first framed with slopes made of plywood with increased moisture resistance SyPly PRIMER. Such plywood is already covered in production with a special protective coating, which ensures its readiness for painting, excluding the stages of sanding and priming the surface. Finished window slopes were painted to match the color of the frames. The “Russian spirit” was given to the interior by an antique beech frame, part of which, according to the designer’s idea, was cut off. The door to the bedroom was also decorated with carved beech trim, and a painting reminiscent of wildflowers appeared on the ceiling.
The sink cabinet again gives a reference to naturalness and originality. This roomy piece of furniture is made of moisture-resistant plywood SyPly Birch Top. For the facades, the plywood was treated with tinting, thanks to which they acquired a soft caramel shade, while maintaining the beautiful pattern of natural birch veneer. Round decorative overlays on the facades resemble wood cuts. For the construction of the body, the plywood was left in its original form. A round-shaped sink was built into the countertop, made using the terrazzo technique, and the cabinet was complemented with 6 drawers and deep, spacious shelves.
As the program participants wanted, the result was a multifunctional living room with a table area for tea drinking, a folding sofa for two and an additional sleeping place on the stove. Opposite the sofa area there is a TV and a fireplace. In addition, a closet and an armchair were compactly placed in the room so that a lot of space was saved in the center.
A detailed description of the project and video broadcast can be found on the website of the “Dachny Answer” program - peredelka.tv
Broadcast from 12/11/23
Author of the project: interior designer Natalya Pantyukhina