The first thing that was done during the remodeling process was to let light into the room, for which we enlarged the existing one and cut another window. The wall between the living room and the sauna was removed, thereby the bathhouse, which did not happen, became part of the updated space.
The new floor was provided with a reliable foundation. The boardwalk was thoroughly treated with an antiseptic. Continuing to work with the floor, the craftsmen laid an intermediate layer - sheets of plywood SyPly BIRCH Middle
. It is perfectly smooth and highly moisture resistant.
To “hide the stairs” the builders erected a wooden frame. This partition was sheathed with SyPly plywood
, which is not afraid of either temperature changes or humidity. Niches were installed from the same material in the future TV area, which were occupied by boxes made of black laminated chipboard Lamarty
. The facade for one of the sections is made of MDF - it is hinged and opens by pressing. Nearby there is a decorative panel made of the same material.
A large sofa appeared in the center of the living room. It was custom made specifically for the project. High-strength SyPly plywood
was used for the frame, and wear-resistant, easy-to-clean plywood was chosen as the upholstery. micro velor. The soft area was complemented by a coffee table and a pair of armchairs.
In general, the leitmotif of the remodeling was the principle of naturalness and authenticity. The interior features a combination of natural fabrics - matting, jute and linen, and natural wood. So the updated living room began to be a mix of Russian manor style and European spirit. And the highlights of the project were the sideboard and tapestry, which were found especially for our heroes.
A detailed description of the project and video broadcast can be found on the program website "Dacha Answer"
Broadcast from 10/22/23
Author of the project: Anastasia (Asya) Zimatskaya - chief designer and ideologist of interior design bureau Pure Bureau