For the architect to create interior in the classical style - it's not just an excuse once again, so to speak, to drop to the sources. It is also an opportunity to test yourself, a loved one, the "line position": since the classic style, like no other, gives full and at times ruthless information about architect professional level. Interior of this home based as on academic classics as well as on inevitable impact of modernity. Only color scheme of common area consisting of a fireplace room and adjoining dining room is a striking example of this inevitable impact of modernity.
The traditional combination of gold with turquoise has undergone significant changes: turquoise tone united with the pearl-gray, gold trim has been reduced to the minimum necessary and sufficient, various shades of wood appeared - from light to dark. Arch entrance openings made (as well as doors and stained glass) on the author's development have the most dark color: its smooth surfaces are combined with local fragments of the thread. Two shadow space of fireplace hall meant rich textile design: fabrics for windows, imported from Austria, carefully chosen to match the main color scheme. Fireplace room is associated with the nightingale grove - primarily due to insertions of the American Thibaut wallpaper with the image of the nightingales on the branches. Generally, numerous floral motifs are presented in interior of fireplace hall as well as in the entire house: a fence and wrought, made on the author's sketches, and design of lighting fixtures, and design wallpaper in the bedroom, and other large and small fragments.
Entirely the author's kitchen is the most presetable in this respect which style moves from classical to Provence, but the main attraction is a large fireplace in the center of the composition. There are flowers everywhere: on the tiled floor, in the area of the working surface in the elements of chandeliers and furniture upholstery. But the main thing is painting with "grape" storyline done by hand on furniture facades. Thanks to this, the final author's "Print" house got its own unique style.