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Teen Room. Three functional areas

2013. The Interior Design project was created for 14 years, old teenagers. His parents bought an extra apartment for the boy on the same floor where they lived. Two additional rooms were attached to his parent's apartment, but the boy had his own area. His parents set him the task of creating three differently designed spaces: a sleeping area, a place for working, studying, and playing the piano, and a sports area. Overall, the task was not difficult. We decided on colors and style and set about creating the design. The guy loved the sea, yachts, music, and sports. So the whole concept poured out of the teenager's favorite trends. I chose wallpaper from the American company York, a noble blue color with a pattern of yachts. I used this wallpaper in combination with a vertical stripe in the study. In addition to the wallpaper, I suggested the same style and pattern of curtains - laconic and straightforward. Since the room ceiling was disproportionately high, we relieved it visually by painting it in the same dark blue matte color and hanging a white Armstrong grid at a level that was harmonious for the room.

I used lightboxes on the walls of the bed's headboard in the bedroom. I used my photos from New York, where I had just come from. The lightboxes were custom-made to my drawings and were utterly unique.

All of the furniture was picked out in a modern style. Painted MDF - the colors of the doors were matched strictly to the wallpaper and primary colors of the interior.

The gym was framed with high-strength laminate explicitly designed for gym/dance rooms. I also put laminate on the walls to visually expand the space, and in addition, I added wall mirrors so the guy could see the results of his workouts.