Morphoza | Tintin
The owners, passionate about brands and interior design, chose a Nordic, simple interior design solution that would balance out the richness of the view.
interior design, residential design, Tintin, Villeroy&Boch
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COMFORT & WELLNESS

Brief

One of the project’s requests was that, by interior design, a tighter bond would be created between the interior of the home and its surroundings, the place having a terrific view. At the same time, the goal was that the furnishing project integrates decorations which would showcase favourite animations. The owners, passionate about brands and interior design, chose a Nordic, simple interior design solution that would balance out the richness of the view.

Living

Interior Design

The home’s ground floor hosts the living and dining areas and the kitchen. All these areas are endowed with light-toned furniture, which offers a serene, welcoming atmosphere. The colour accents come from the illustrations set on the  walls which portray the story of the comic book character Tintin. The view revealed by the oversized windows is also an important source of dynamics in setting the living room.

The bedroom rejoices a privileged positioning revealing the cityscape. The oversized windows ensure the link between the room’s interior and the nature surrounding the home. From a colour point of view, this room feels colder than the rest of the home, with several shades of sea blue, chosen for wallpaper and drapery, and black, in case of the bed and furniture – TV stand, night stands. Some of the brands chosen: Alessi, Louis Vuitton, Villeroy&Boch.

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