A turnkey project of a nature-inspired open space, using soft and neutral colours, natural materials and a standout element in the space: the wall mural.
In Paredes de Coura, we were challenged to transform an unfinished basement into a multi-purpose room near the pool to host friends and family. This complete architecture and interior design project was studied and envisioned from raw work to the delivery of final products. Everything was planned down to the smallest detail, such as the ceiling's slope aligned with the visual division of spaces on the floor, between the kitchen and the rest of the open space.
Nature was the premise of the creative composition. Therefore, the entire space decoration was thought out based on the wall mural that depicts a mother tiger and her cub in a winter forest scenario. This wallpaper covers the entire living area and serves as the background of the environment, setting the cosy tone of the room.
To maintain some lightness, considering the striking wallpaper, the chosen support console is discreet. The lighting from below makes the piece of furniture seem to float, which also accentuates the warm presence of the wooden floor. The blue and grey tones make the social space relaxing, but the gradient rug gives a touch of irreverence.
In the dining area, the imposing dining table extends the space, creating a connection between the dining area and the kitchen. The prominence of this piece is further emphasised by the elegance of the chairs. Additionally, the blue-grey tone of the chairs is similar to the cushions of the sofa to make a connection between the two spaces. The dining area is complemented by the sideboard from our Tai Shi line and with the asymmetrical hanging lamps.
The kitchen is discreet, modern, and practical, with a white design, in line with the style of the rest of the open space. Laterally to the kitchen, in front of the living area, we created two original, large and bright wine cellars, with a small tasting space.