Remodeling the interiors of an 80's house
Modern and Elegant Decoration
When considering renovating your home, the idea often arises that you can do it all yourself, rather than hiring a professional, such as an interior architect or decorator. However, it is common for those who take this approach to end up regretting it, as the task can be more complex and demanding than initially thought.
In addition to the exhausting work that a remodeling project involves, those who decide to do it all themselves still face inexperience and lack of vision, which can lead to extra costs and accumulated frustration.
In this project, we were responsible for refurbishing the interiors of a 1980s house in a village. The house was outdated, in poor conservation conditions and not very welcoming. Therefore, we decided to do a thorough renovation, favouring noble materials and vibrant colours to create a cheerful and welcoming atmosphere in the house.
The entrance hall
It is possible to appreciate the simplicity, beauty and intrinsic quality of each element present in the entrance hall of the house. The choice of colour of the “balloon dog” and the warmth of the wood create a welcoming and familiar atmosphere, welcoming all who enter the hou
Dining and living room
Our goal was to make the house welcoming, cheerful and elegant. In the formal living area, we opted for a neutral palette in shades of white and beige, with hints of red in the chairs and curtains. This colour combination created a cohesive space, bringing life and energy to the social area of the house.
The dining table is an example of the quality and nobility of the materials used in the project, allied to an excellent design.
The rooms were designed with a sober modern line, with elegant and simple furniture, but with colour details that make them even more beautiful. In the double bedroom, a delicate floral pattern is responsible for creating this effect.
In the single bedroom, simplicity is the main feature, but personality is added by the orange accents and the discreet, but very evident, furniture design.
In this double bedroom, the standout shades are velvety dark blue and pale pink with gold details.
This is a luxurious and exquisite room, which features a dream dressing room that we show you below.
A spacious walk-in wardrobe, planned entirely to suit your every need! Plus, it has the bonus of including a small and practical dressing table!
Bathroom amplified by the use of white, highlighting the shower walls in geometric grey tones.
Completely renovated staircases
The quality of the access is essential and the stairs have been carefully planned in this refurbishment. The combination of the wood of the stairs with the white of the walls is perfect.
This room has a fresh and elegant atmosphere thanks to the bluish grey and dark green tones, keeping the atmosphere cosy.
With a detail, a space by the window designed for reading.
Private sitting room
A cosy space perfect for more tranquil and intimate moments.
The kitchen with informal dining room
The kitchen has been made very practical and features a timeless style, with a classic combination of white and wood, with touches of dark red to add warmth to the space.