Inside homes all over the world, we have seen some seriously impressive feats of design and innovation produced by interior design companies that continue to push the industry standard of design. With many designs going from tried-and-true and old school methods to cutting-edge concepts never before seen and executed to perfectly encapsulate the personalities of their clients whilst simultaneously exuding an air of safety and comfort.
Continuing to set new benchmarks of how much interior designs can keep evolving, the designers at the world-renowned L’atelier Fantasia has produced some of their finest pieces of work yet with a jewelry box-inspired room designs found in all rooms of the residence!
Before the first sketches of the interior design are done, the designers first looked into the personality, character and preferences of the client in question. It was later discovered that the client has a special interest in jewelry. Specifically, a fondness for ornamental antique earrings. From here on out, the designers took this inspiration and went straight to work!
Throughout the entire layout of the residence, warm colors of white and birch wood is used to give the rooms a spacious and bright feel. Gold accents are also used to enhance the aesthetic of sophistication and modernity. Additionally, larger accent pieces such as lamps and pieces of furniture break the common design theme with the much-needed pop of color for some added excitement.
Extending over to the restrooms, the facilities are also given the same treatment of being decorated in marble and granite of grey and white. All while also being furnished with premium plumbing implements as well as some extra decorations for a touch of luxury flair.
The real star of the show goes to one of the main restroom facilities of the residence. While also decorated with tasteful gold accents throughout the room, the main standout feature is the change in colorway used. Instead of committing to using light colors, this restroom uses a green color palette instead. The walls are layered with green-and-blue feather tiles that is sourced from the main wall of the furniture department in a Harrods store from the United Kingdom. Similarly, the faucet handle is carved from a single jade disc to go along with the green colorway.
This is the first time an interior design has been seen to not only perfectly capture the client’s character into the design of the residence, but also break conventions by adding a single room that splits from the original design language. And let us hope that this trend in interior design continues and more and more homes having at least one party piece within their humble abodes!