LV LIVING

LUOGO: LECCE’S INTERLAND
TYPE OF PROJECT: INTERIOR & LIGHTING DESIGN
PRINCIPAL STYLE: MODERN
SECONDARY STYLE: CONTEMPORANEO
PREDOMINANT COLORS: WHITE, WOOD, GREY
SECONDARY COLORS: LIME

Small spaces, big satisfactions

The challenge of the project was to create an open space within a small room (about 25 sqm) that could accommodate both a living area with sofa and TV, a dining area and kitchen with a kitchenette and a sink accompanied by all the necessary and essential elements.

THE FURNITURE AND THE DETAILS

We therefore decided to use a suspended equipped wall which will not suffocate too much the room and to be able to take advantage of the space below to insert a dining table and overlapping maxi wall units (96 cm) alternating with open wooden compartments which lighten the structure. The magnetic panels act not only as a TV stand, but also as a decorative and functional element, thanks to the wide choice of accessories available, they allow to diversify the aesthetic aspect of the wall and to respond to the various needs that may arise over time. 

The composition is anchored to a backlit plasterboard structure which has solved the problem of lighting. The plasterboard veil runs along the perimeter of the ceiling and host recessed spotlights on the side of the kitchen and the equipped wall, alternating with linear LED strips on the opposite wall (providing not only the correct lighting of the environment, but also a visual differentiation in areas).

THE COLOR CHOICE

The modern and minimal furnishings with their simple and elegant lines are highlighted by the chosen nuances: the white of the kitchen bases with black details contrasts with the the maxi wall units’ anthracite grey, giving character and harmony to the environment. A metal table with a polished tempered glass top and transparent polycarbonate chairs was chosen to lighten (and not weigh down) the space. The slim sofa with the same shade as the wallpaper, creates a sense of continuity with the rear wall which is interrupted by the lime green of the pillows.
The white walls give brightness and a sense of amplitude, while the oak of the parquet leaves feelings of warmth and hospitality; moreover, oak is considered one of the finest woods for floors because of its  durability over time and ability to absorb water and humidity.

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