Merging rustic-inspired interiors with contemporary details, this colorful abode inspires a homey feel throughout. Located not far from Bucharest, Romania, The Small House in the Countryside is a project initiated by designer Alina Alexe of Studio Decoraktiva.
The starting point for the project was a decrepit traditional village house with only 2 rooms and a unattached kitchen. Proprietor and developer Alina Alexe transformed the present rooms straight into bedrooms, took down the aged kitchen plus extended the particular construction to the rear from the property. The particular addition includes a large family room, new kitchen area and restroom.
The main act was held, together with the traditional porch and eco-friendly patterns flanking the main entry. All doorways were refurbished and colored turquoise, which usually brings the serene plus refreshing contact to the whole scheme.
Stage inside, and you may find a inviting home, filled up with artifacts collected by the proprietors during their living journey. Conventional masks plus various inserts from the Romanian village’s folk traditions mark the particular identity of the colorful baby crib. As you appearance closer, you will observe a series of home furniture and illumination units which were either reused, or ingeniously “adjusted. ” Take the Ikea sofa, pictured above, that was coated with a brand new cover to higher reflect the standard style of the particular interiors.
Among the living room wall space was customized with a particular pattern, as the others had been painted within “museum-like white”. A traditional fire place, 2 colorfully tiled ovens and uncovered wooden supports add to the comfortable atmosphere. Details provided by Platferma; photos thanks to Studio Decoraktiva
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