Providing someone with the right design of a home requires insight in the way in which the future residents want to live and the requirements that come with it. Today we highlight a project that succeeded in perfectly handling the wishes of the clients and simultaneously preserved room for creativity.
Elvina Abduramanova is an interior designer from Ukraine who makes stunning visualisations. When her sister and brother-in-law decided to build their own house, she soon started designing their ideal interior. The most important characteristics that the couple wanted to find in their home were functionality, minimalism and comfort. Logically, Abduramanova assembled a stunning minimalistic design that is inviting and avoids unnecessary objects at the same time. The result is an interior that is lived in and is, more importantly, functional and stylish. Moreover, harmony and incorporating natural elements were of great importance as well. Besides, the latter has been the common thread throughout the whole process of Abduramanova. That is to say, she aimed to preserve natural resources and elements. She did this with verve and a specific love for stone and marble.
The furniture alsoproves the sophisticated taste of Abduramanova.
Concerning the layout of the residence, the designer decided to separate the open spaces of the kitchen and living area with a difference in height. Consequently, the latter is located on a lower level than the other parts of the design, this ensures an interesting element that keeps the room from appearing monotonous or boring. Also interesting is that the living area has direct access to the terrace. The top view of the home has a rectangular shape of which the above-named area is the central domain. Furthermore, the residence is provided with a study, a master bedroom, a nursery, two bathrooms and a dressing. The whole is an attractive floorplan where a spacious atmosphere resides in the rooms. Next to this, the chosen materials are an essential aspect of the mood that the end result generates. Abduramanova decided to work with natural stone, wall plaster and natural wood. These materials closely align with the minimalistic and wabi-sabi inspiration of the project.
The colours fully continue the calm atmosphere. They were carefully selected based on their light, calm and warm character that serves the homely harmony. Think especially of grey and sand-coloured tones that make the whole appear larger. Also, the furniture proves the sophisticated taste of Abduramanova. A central eyecatcher, for example, is the Westside sofa of Poliform. The room for accessories is filled, among others, by the Infinito design lamps of Davide Groppi. When looking at the visualisation images, it soon becomes clear that in each corner of this project you see high quality combined with good taste. Whether the residents spend time at the kitchen island or lie down in the living area, the unique feel that Abduramanova creates, never loses any of its force here. With this project, Elvina Abduramanova not only proves the high appeal of her style to her sister, but also to us. We hope that this minimalistic design will be a warm home for the family and that the talented designer will inspire us again many times to come.
Visualisations by Elvina Abduramanova