RC "French Quarter" | Furniture for an apartment
For an apartment in the residential complex "French Quarter" we needed:
design a kitchen with the ability to comfortably cook for two people at the same time;
provide a large number of drawers and storage cabinets in the bedroom;
place a king-size bed with a lifting mechanism for storing bed linen;
make the most of space and functionality.
The apartment is dominated by a dark color scheme. In order not to oversaturate the interior with dark shades and not make it too gloomy, we used light shades in the furniture.
Let's start with a large, simple bedroom. The central place is occupied by a king-size bed with a soft thick back with a lifting transformation mechanism. On the sides of the bed, we installed two hinged bedside tables. Why hinged? Because the customers wanted to make the cleaning process as easy as possible. Also, at the level of the soft headboard, the designer suggested installing shelves in which to place sockets for charging phones and other necessary equipment. Above the upholstered headboard, we installed a large wardrobe consisting of pedestals with folding facades. In addition to the standard chipboard for the facades, we also used mirrors, thus adding a touch of fusion to the interior. A large floor-to-bed closet was installed opposite the bed. The central place was taken by the TV zone. Cabinets were placed on the sides, but we decided not to add handles, but instead to build in typons, so that the doors would open by pressing.
Now about the kitchen. We have created the most comfortable kitchen that can comfortably accommodate two people. Since we installed the furniture for this apartment 4 years ago, then it was a very unusual decision to make different facades for the lower and upper tiers. For the lower tier, we used veneered chipboard, and the upper one made of matt beige chipboard with an anti-imprint effect, since there are no handles on the upper tier, they open by directly lifting the facades. Another important element of this kitchen is the wine bar, in which we have installed a grate for storing collection wine.