A private house for a family of five. Whereas a family continued living in the house during restoration, the project was divided into three phases.
At first, we started with children's rooms and a home office, followed by other spaces where reconstruction is ongoing.
For each project we create hand drown sketches of main rooms. So that clients and project team can see the overall picture and make changes if needed.
Moreover, we always make boards for each room with all finishes and fabrics to be sure that they work perfectly together.
We think about every detail, when creating a project: bed linen is made-to-order and the amber vase is a collectible piece ( A. Hunebelle, France, 1927-1932).
Photographer Evgenii Kulibaba
Nursery for a 3 year-old girl
Nursery for a 3 year-old girl
To create a fairy-tale like atmosphere, together with the artist and Katerina’s classmate Alexandra Kryuchkova, we created magical colorful forest on thewalls made of French plaster.
The morning light gently shines through linen curtains and reflects in a Barovier mirror (1940s-1950s).
Jute carpet by Élitis is a forest glade where vintage and bespoke pieces are gathered in anticipation of reading a story about brave deeds and beautiful journeys.
As if the moon, the ceiling lamp by Verdun (France, 1950s) illuminates the room.
Bespoke brushed oak wardrobe with bronze handles.
Barovier mirror (1940s-1950s). We created a secretly opening pouffe for Katerina Bulgakova Gallery in Chase Erwin fabrics, which, seems to be guarded by a magical dragon, whose scales appear on the wall of creamy decorative plaster.
Bespoke bedside tables in patinated, black brushed oak, bronze handles were bought in Florence. On top stands an amber glass vase by A. Hunebelle (France, 1927-1932).
Extravagant sconces in the shape of ceramic hands (France, 70s).
Square wall panels are made of French plaster by our sketches. Green top layer - is a textured decorative plaster made of marble chips.
Children are used to perform in front of an audience, so when we realized that the chosen curtain fabrics’ name is “Manifesto, Scala” by Nobilis, we knew it was a perfect match.
Rooms’ bright star - a Jean Perzel style ceiling lamp was found in France.
Next to the cupboard in brushed oak with blue patina there is an "Unboxing" pouffe by Katerina Bulgakova Gallery in Pierre Frey fabrics - a perfect storage place for personal items.
The bespoke beds are upholstered in Pierre Frey’s chenille in turquoise and Ming colours and are decorated with fun striped bolsters in Pierre Frey’s velvet.
Illustration of transformation from sketches to reality as we made some adjustments after sketch review
*move the arrows in the middle to the left and right to see the room in a sketch or finished result
Our client is German national born in USA, and like many of us now, had to arrange an office at home.
We decided to create a home office in a separate house on the territory of the site. Thus, it is still necessary to go to work, albeit the distance is quite short and one can manage even in garden crocs.
Space is divided into two areas: an office with bespoke desk & cabinet and lounge with comfortable chair, wide low windowsills to be used as side tables and a “Briefbar”, Katerina Bulgakova Gallery. It is made of the blue bird's eye veneer in high lacquer, with brass and walnut handle, and has wheels, lots of shelves and a removable upper tray to accommodate for the round for the round of drinks.