The whole interior could be best described as a “wooden” loft in a former „Kuro aparatūra“ factory. The two dominating style details in this interior is branched oak wood and various stone surfaces. Wood textured furniture becomes the dominant homogeneous shell in this old factory space. The shelves that reach to the ceiling with addition of a lovely natural marble fireplace highlight the interior structure and the space and height of the apartment. Designer Dalia Jakeliūnaitė planned this wall as an accent between solid colours that dominate in the interior, it’s variegated and filled with colourful details and objects. The interior also stands out with its different structure plan- the windows are in both sides of the space. There are five separate rooms created in the loft. The biggest advantage of this untraditional interior plan- isolated bedroom with separate bathroom. On the second floor there are two bedrooms, one of them is separated by a sliding glass partition. This idea is really ingenious, but as a privacy lover I would need a curtain or something to cover it up if needed. This main bedroom is harmonized with a living area on the ground floor by using the same bookshelf continuity throughout the wall. Loft lighting has been formed by using several types of light fixtures: sliding ceiling projectors, which allow you to select desired lit areas, pendant lamps for the creation of main scattered light and table, wall-mounted luminaires for accent lighting. Enjoy this Sunday treat and have a lovely spring time!
Interior Design Dalia Jakeliūnaitė | Photography Kernius Pauliukonis | Found on Interjeras.lt