Russian interior designer Kseniya Romanova presents one of her latest projects: White White, a quirky, minimalist design with a surprising interior. The organic furniture pieces together with some light yellow colour accents form a mid-century modern whole that once again underlines Romanova's talent.
Kseniya Romanova received her diploma of architect-designer in 2016 and very soon after her professional career took off. In every project, Romanova seeks a good balance between modern, minimalist interior styles and always involves the surrounding space so that everything fits within the whole. In consultation with the client's taste and with innovative design technologies and fresh, interesting solutions, the interior designer takes each project to the next level. The White White project combines flowing light forms, clear graphic lines and expressive colour accents in the interior. As for the materials, Romanova chose textured plaster and porcelain with a travertine effect in large format. Together with some accents in wood, she believes this provides the ideal, harmonious and light basis for the entire interior. The organic shapes of the interior are already very eye-catching, so we understand the designer's choice to keep the rest quite sober. However, the result is not entirely monochrome. Romanova knows how to skilfully integrate yellow accents. Thus, the rug and the lighting of the bedside table in the bedroom and the vase on the kitchen table were given a light yellow colour.
A classic, understated look combined with clean lines and minimal fuss.
The design features lighting that is placed along the perimeter of the ceiling, providing a visual division of the rooms. At the same time, the interior designer combines cosy tactile textiles with sophisticated modern art. A selection of vintage furniture created a special charm and character to the home. This mid-century modern influence has a number of distinguishing features, such as a classic, understated look combined with clean lines and minimal fuss. Another important detail is the lighting, which is always daring and creative. Because the whole thing excels in its simplicity, Romanova decided to use a special eye-catcher in the living area. The playful chess table that serves as a coffee table is the main point of attraction in the whole room.
The interior designer likes to collect items and place them in the most unusual concepts within an interior. The White White project is another ideal example of this. Images courtesy of Kseniya Romanova