An interior where comfort and a warm aesthetic come together effortlessly is what we live for. Using earthy tones and soft shapes, Evgenia Evinzon created a home in Russia where all the details fit together perfectly. She managed to combine sleek design with organic shapes and soft fabrics, which made for an interesting end result.
This time, we would like to take you to an impressive project designed by Evgenia Evinzon. Her sense of detail and a neutral colour palette combined with different material textures form the basis of her realisations. The clients were no strangers to the designer, having previously allowed her to design a flat for them. Now the country house was taken in hand by the designer. The intention was not to restructure the architecture. However, the further the creative idea developed, the more the designer had the desire to bring it to life and make drastic changes to the interior. The result became a complete change in the architecture of the house. Thus, the roof was changed, several floors of the house, the exterior facades and decoration, as well as a lift were added. After agreeing on the architectural drawings, the team moved on to the interior design.
The interior was given the principle 'less is more'
The interior design was inspired by modern classics. The clients are very fond of the classical approach to decoration, but since this house was meant for a temporary stay, it was decided to fill it with modern art and exclusive elements in the design of the property. When it came to furnishing, the focus was on natural and eco-friendly materials such as marble and granite. As well as veneers of different woods, with an emphasis on the chocolate brown colour range. The main colours in the interior are light and neutral, bright accents appear only in the decoration. More than that, the house features a "smart home" system, thanks to which one can control lighting, the music centre and opening the curtains from a phone. In architecture, the team tried to focus on symmetry and build rooms along classical axes. The living room was given a modern fireplace, providing plenty of atmosphere and warmth. In furnishing, the "less is more" principle was applied so as to emphasise only a small number of striking elements. The lighting became a combination of vintage and collectibles. For the office, the clients already had a beautiful vintage floor lamp by Baker, and it fit perfectly into whole. The armchairs and chairs are mostly Italian vintage from the 1970s, which they have carefully restored. With a thoughtful vision, they know how to transform dreams into impressive homes that always capture the imagination.
Design by Evgenia Evinzon
Styling by Yes We May
Photography by Mikhail Loskutov