Partial Mountain House Renovation
Before and After
We present the (partial) renovation of a mountain house used as a primary residence. This is definitely the type of house that inspires serenity, freshness, and a certain abstraction. We carried out extensive interventions in all areas, from demolitions to new installations, including the study of lighting and coverings.
The house features its own style, classic and light, perfectly adapted to current aesthetic and comfort standards. The intervention began with a 3D project, allowing the team to focus on every detail and accurately convey the creative vision to the space. The decision was made to add a new bathroom and remodel the existing one.
The kitchen: after
We start in the kitchen, which will undoubtedly be the heart of the home and the stage for family life.
Carefully planned, the kitchen features a central island for food preparation and casual dining, with an elegant light green tone accented by golden handles.
The white countertop contrasts with touches of black, adding personality. Despite the classic style, there are industrial influences, such as the glass divider reminiscent of New York loft windows.
The lighting highlights the warm and inviting atmosphere of the kitchen.
The kitchen: before
In the photo, the kitchen prior to intervention: a dark, non-functional, and uninviting space. The transformation was so profound that the kitchen is now unrecognizable.
Bathroom: the classic black and white
The bathrooms in the house were renovated, including the addition of a new one.
The first bathroom features a combination of black and white, with a textured wall in the form of a braid and black fixtures to create contrast. The lighting comes from a ceiling lamp above the sink.
Simple details, like black handles instead of stainless steel, make a difference. Rolled towels and a plant complete the space.
Bathroom II – the forest green
The second bathroom follows the style of the previous one, but with different colors and patterns on the floor tiles. The use of green as the main color is a highlight, giving a unique personality to the space.
BATHROOM III – GOLD OVER BLUE
The third bathroom is the largest and most comprehensive. The fish scale pattern tiles, the boiserie on the drawers, and the golden accents define its unique style. The shower is enclosed with clear glass, just like in the other bathrooms, to enhance the sense of space.
The living room and kitchen are connected by a glass partition, creating an organized open space that prevents the spread of odors. The partition also retains the heat from the fireplace and provides privacy for both areas.
The decor combines modern pieces, and a rustic touch is added through the floral-patterned cushions.
Entrance Hall and Corridor
We conclude with the entrance hall of the house.