Our task was to create a holistic interior, covering up and enhancing the beauty of the unusual natural material — walnut root veneer.
For the general area we veneered the wall panels. Two shades of veneer were applied: richer ones for the base and columns, lighter tones for the top parts of the walls. They are separated by a small molding. Furniture for TV and speaker system is also finished with walnut root veneer, where the frames for the speakers and subwoofer are in-built. The windows have an unusual shape, reminiscent of the fact that the apartment is in the attic, closed by translucent Roman shades made of natural materials.
The stairs, doors, and kitchen set are made of oak. The ceiling of the gallery is organized in the form of caissons with concealed lighting. The partition separating the kitchen from the living room, made and decorated with veneer, has a round aperture that enhances a maritime impression. Radiators are hidden behind screens with slats.
Cabinet furniture for the wardrobes and bathroom is made with using this rare material.
The resulting interior has a very unusual look and reminds of the interior of a yacht.