Yana Prydalna's work intrigues time and again. Now, for the first time in her career, she ventured into minimalist interiors, but again with the same aim: to bring serene luxury and relaxation into an attractive ensemble.
You probably know the interior designer mostly for her wabi sabi projects, occasionally combined with an Ibiza vibe. This new home presented an interesting challenge, as it was meant to have a rather minimalist look. Various shades of white therefore dominate the neutral colour palette, and the decoration was kept particularly modest. However, you immediately feel the warmth in this interior, and it is just as inspiring as all previous projects by Prydalna's hand. The living room stands out especially for its clean layout and is the first example of how functionality and sophistication go hand in hand in this interior. The light wood in the doors and side tables adds the necessary cosiness, as does the fireplace, which is given a prominent place despite its simplicity. Straight lines and uncluttered surfaces bring tranquillity. Thanks to the open layout, there is plenty of natural light in every nook and cranny of the room and you also enjoy a smooth circulation.
The living room shows how functionality and sophistication go hand in hand in this interior
Another interesting feature is that the house comprises a number of bedrooms and bathrooms, which were given different but similar layouts. In each case, the bathrooms are built into the bedrooms. The king-size beds have a minimalist design, but luxurious linen immediately invites you to a moment of relaxation. Stylish built-in wardrobes offer plenty of space to store all your belongings, which again contributes to the minimalist effect. A cosy sitting area was provided in one of the rooms as well and is the perfect place for a quick read or a nice chat. Some bedrooms contain a bath, while another has a spacious walk-in shower with rain shower head. Frameless mirrors complete the look. It is clear that Yana Prydalna had no trouble switching from her familiar style to a slightly more minimalist design. With neutral colours and sufficient space in each room, she creates peace and harmony, and by adding a few accents, it becomes a more personal, cosy unit. Visualisations by Yana Prydalna