Today were welcoming you to the eastern Europe, an apartment situated in the capital of Lithuania – Vilnius. I don’t think I’m being biased here, but I really think there’s a lot of very talented designers in Lithuania, or maybe it’s because I sympathize with a similar interior style that’s popular in Lithuanian interiors. My nation tends to like a sharp modern, scandinavian/modern or sophisticated classic interiors. You can rarely find an apartment with crazy, or colourful design details, because the lifestyle in Lithuania is more reserved and people tend to turn to serene neutrals or muted pastels and this interior perfectly captures the essence of that feeling. This apartment is as usual here – not very spacious, so the designer Normundas had to think creatively to fit all that’s required into the space while making it look aesthetically pleasing to the eye and also ergonomically planned.
Apartment owners formed the task by demanding some structural changes to the old plan, therefore there were a lot of changes with the overall look not only in the design, but in the plan as well. The previous spacious living room was divided by a multi-functional shelving unit which broke the space into two zones – the living room and the parents bedroom and created a spacious storage unit. Bathroom was moved to the old wardrobe/pantry room whereas there was a kitchen designed in it’s place. The previous kitchen was turned into a simple dining room. By choosing to remove storage room, the designer still managed to keep the same volume of storage but in the newly planned closets, that are strategically laid out all over apartment. The hall, bathroom and kitchen walls were covered with a hazel coloured panels, creating an optically separated feeling to other part of this interior. Bleached oak and grey colour scheme complements lilac combinations in the living area, colours in other rooms are mainly muted pastels, or neutral-natural shades. Child’s room and the bedroom are dominated by blue tones, to create serenity and calmness illusion.Take a look at this serene and simple interior and enjoy the rest of your day. Don’t forget to check out our website tomorrow – we plan on sharing some great decoration ideas for your Easter celebration!
Interior Design by Normundas Vilkas | Photography by Augis Narmontas, Dovaldė Butėnaitė