Designed by Veronica Sudnikova, a Russian interior designer who has the ability of creating colorful yet sophisticated interiors, this apartment in Moscow is a place where nature meets elegant design.
“Birds” was the name chosen for the project and is not difficult to understand why: the designer’s source of inspiration was a photo with a flying flock of birds. As a result, the interior features items reminiscent of silhouettes of birds and different elements of the flying animal figures. Nature elements and happy colors are mixed with sophisticated furniture to create an easy but modern chic environment.
The interior itself has a lot of different textures in order to look more interesting and complex. The colors – either dark or light ones – were chosen according the client’s preference, but the designer didn’t forget to balance the ratio of shades – background and bright, cold and warm. “Color is very important, I’m always very attentive to the selection of textures and shades. I like to use many patterns but in my interiors I mix them with great attention to the harmony between them”, says Sudnivoka.
The brands and materials were selected from those that corresponded to the style of the project. The style derived from the conceived image and as a result of coordination with the client. “I have to understand – and sometimes to guess – all the desires of the client and to convince him of the correctness of certain design decisions. Only when the client trusts me and relies on my professionalism I can make beautiful and high quality work”.
DUKE, a groovy and contemporary suspension lamp by DelightFULL was the most important decorative item in the eyes of the designer. “It reminds me of storks”, said Veronica, who also chose Floss, Porta Romana, Meridiani, B&B, Maxalto.
Veronica Sudnikova is the author of all the ProVS Studio’s designs, an interior design company located in Russia. She is known for creating modern, colorful and happy interiors without losing elegance and sophistication.
In an interview with DelightFULL last year, Veronica admitted to get her inspirations from nature, from new collections featured in magazines, from architecture projects and even from the work of some of her colleagues.
Veronika is recognized for the special combination of colors – complex and multivariate combinations – as well as the special approach to textile artwork and the attention to the correct proportions and all the details.
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