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Expressive interior of an apartment in Saudi Arabia

Expressive interior in Saudi Arabia
Color in an interior is the first thing that catches our eye, and it is also the main thing that affects our mood and well-being. The palette of shades in the new project from Studia 54 presents an interior full of expressive mystery and respectability.
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Sienna is a color inspired by nature itself. Grounded, calm, reliable, and moderately bright, it can give any interior individuality. We have combined the usual shades of brown, white, gray, and black with sienna, resulting in non-standard color combinations.

Natural textures are a trend of recent years, which is not going to give up its position. The combination of yellow-brown and shades of natural wood creates a warm atmosphere and is therefore just right for the living room. Brown here is the background color that supports all other iterations. It sets off the other colors favorably, making the interior premium and memorable. We used two shades of wood for the walls: dark smooth veneer and muted chestnut with a floral print.

The room's layout and dimensionality gives space for a roomy sofa group and coffee tables. Dense light textiles contrast with the pumpkin-orange leather upholstery of the ottomans. The neutral zone between them is a voluminous carpet in the noble colors of the stormy sky. It is worth noting the symmetry inherent in the living room: there are two sofas, two ottomans, two tweed armchairs, two open shelving units, and two coffee tables - this arrangement helps to create a sense of order, precision, and clarity.

Black marble with white veins repeats the pattern on the marble coffee tables, so that there is a unity between all the elements in the room.

In the center of the living room is a pompous bio-fireplace. The hearth itself resembles a theater stage, and its smoke chamber - portieres of golden chimeric silk, which should go down when the flame finishes its "performance".

The bar design combines modernity and careless luxury: an island with fluting and marble tabletop, minimalist bar stools, neat pendant lights made of metal under gold - the interior seems to be simple, but carries charm and aesthetics of elegance. A bright floral composition of dried flowers crowns everything.

The design of the dining room for 10 persons is rather laconic, but this restraint in no way detracts from its splendor. The pleasant terracotta color of the walls disposes to leisurely meals. Linear illumination, implanted in the bottom of the wall, creates a special chamber atmosphere. Small, symmetrical paintings by CB2 add individuality to the interior.

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The design of the dining room for 10 persons is rather laconic, but this restraint in no way detracts from its splendor. The pleasant terracotta color of the walls disposes to leisurely meals. Linear illumination, implanted in the bottom of the wall, creates a special chamber atmosphere. Small, symmetrical paintings by CB2 add individuality to the interior.

Entering the second living room, one gets the feeling of being alone with nature. The color scheme is rich in natural shades: sand, beige, reddish-brown and blue. There is no place here for bright shouting hues - restraint reigns in this space. The spacious lounge zone is represented by a corner sofa, cozy armchairs and an ottoman. The pattern of the carpet, which covers almost the entire floor, resembles a path paved with small stones.

The ceiling installation is the element that attracts the eyes of those who enter. Made of orange glass, it forms a special gradient composition that resembles a giant flower gracefully hanging in the air.

On the opposite side of the living room is a fireplace, the portal of which is made of glossy metal that reflects the flames favorably. The smoke chamber serves as a canvas for an Asian watercolor painting.

The culminating elements are three fallen and slowly descending petals. Perhaps they are symbols of the fragility of life.

It is worth noting that the living room has a minimum of eye-catching decor. We favored plants, wooden accessories, stone statuettes, shells and other gifts of nature. And even the furniture with its smooth curves repeats the lines found only in nature.

The bar area is connected to the lounge space. The back wall is made of veneer and repeats the pattern of tree bark. The counter itself is a solid marble slab with an interesting pattern. And, of course, we could not do without an art object - in the center of the wall is Salaman Toor's painting "Three Men with Trays".

The master bedroom is located on the second floor; its color palette is rich browns, earthy and beige tones diluted with accent cherry. Here we used several different materials at once, which, although they contrast with each other, do not break out of the overall picture. The panel behind the bed is a glass sheet, behind which is a sepia-toned fabric. Natural dye for photo processing inspired this unusual duo. Besides, we should not forget that artificially aged surfaces are one of the latest trends of modernity.

The walls are finished in dark brown matte veneer. The corners of the bedroom are rounded, so the room seems more spacious and the geometric nature of sharp lines is smoothed out. Smooth curves are repeated in the headboard of the bed, the edges of which are directed inward, thus creating a kind of "edge". This technique adds depth and volume to the space.

Another feature of the interior is small furniture. In the bedroom there is a combination of low laconic furnishings and non-trivial finishing. The accents of the design are: a squat bed with an abundance of pillows, coffee table, console and banquette in dark olive color. In the selection of decorative elements we were guided by the principle of "restrained elegance": elegant vases with decorative branches, table lampshades, the lampshades of which are covered with a print of curved lines, a carpet of dusty beige shade, and a panel-macrame of charcoal yarn. 

The bedroom is combined with a woman's closet - in the center is an island for storing accessories, with drawers finished in sandy beige alcantara and brass details on the body. The table top is glazed and equipped with lighting not only for aesthetics, but also for the convenience of selecting jewelry to match the outfit. A spectacular ceiling installation in the form of an obsidian string of beads floats above the island, which seems to link the closet space together.

The fronts of the storage cabinets are made of transparent glass, which allows you to quickly select clothes and accessories - through them you can see at a glance where something is lying or hanging. Built-in linear lighting under the upper shelves increases functionality and adds "lightness" to the closet.  

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