The feeling of comfort and warmth, perhaps, is the most important thing that we need to feel when coming home or being a guest. Otherwise, that’s just walls, floor and ceiling.
Interior items from leading manufacturers will fill the space with cosiness and help you to create personal atmosphere in your home.
In our turn, we will help you to make the right choice and realize your ideas, delivering all the necessary interior elements to your home.
Project in Brussels / Du Poinçon street
Laconic “male” loft style interior with two-level space. The interior is filled with restrained furniture forms, which we softened with the warm colors of the surfaces and the “honey” background of the floor. An ideal, modern “man’s cave” in a big city!
Project in Riga / Vesetas street
Eclectic interior of a small apartment for a young lady. Courage in colors, shapes, textures, in a combination of different styles and all this on 40 m2!
Project in Jurmala / Kāpu street
The eclectic interior of a private house on Kapu Street is designed for a young family. The main qualities of this modern interior are comfort, cosiness, lightness, space ergonomics, modern technologies and finishing materials combined in retro 60’s.
Project in Garupe / Vītolu street
Private house in Garupe. Elements of American classics and modern furniture, gray and complex natural shades with a contrasting black. In the living room and kitchen there was a need not only to make a comfortable and discreet interior, but also to take care of a place for our smaller brothers.
Project in Riga / Strēlnieku street
Interior project of a spacious and bright apartment in an unusual residential area LOFTS & ROSEGOLD. The interior is made in cold shades of mint and cobalt, which are contrasted with the soft honey texture of bleached oak and the bright texture of walnut. Stainless steel and black metal details add contrast to the space. The task was to develop a comfortable space for our dear clients and their frequent guests!
Lighting. What a light! Is this the world I’m living in? (Kuroshitsuji)
Furniture. Buy the sofa, then for a couple of years you’re satisfied that no matter what goes wrong, at least you’ve got your sofa issue handled. (Chuck Palahniuk)
Kitchens. Still, kitchens are very special places. Things that can’t be pronounced, say, in the living room, are easily pronounced in the kitchens. (Friedrich Neznansky)
Wardrobes. Care for your clothes, like the good friends they are. (Joan Crawford)
Accessories. You can have everything in the house, you dreamed about, but if you do not have time to carefully and deliberately arrange accessories in it, it will never look right. (Kelly Hoppen)
Wallpapers. God gives each of us a chance to change the world, but we sometimes are too lazy to change even the wallpapers.
Carpets. I am always happy to return to the place where I can drink a cup of tea and sit on the soft carpet. (Syd Barrett)
Sanitary ware. You are free not to be Archimedes, but you must take a bath!
Dishes. Burn the candles. Drink wine. Eat of the beautiful dishes. Wear pretty underwear and never, never wait for a special occasion!
Paintings and frames. A picture is a poem without words. (Horace)
Mirrors. When I look in the mirror I only know that I don’t see myself as others see me … Because I’m looking at myself the way I want to see myself. (Andy Warhol)
Technical devices. Technical devices are based on the science, where the latter is guided by technical devices. (Bertrand Russell)
Sports equipment. A healthy mind in a healthy body. (Decimus Junius Juvenalis)
Doors. The strength of character is not in the ability to penetrate walls, but in the ability to find the doors.
Tiles and mosaic. Sun. Nudity. Chair. Towel, washbasin. Tiles on the floor. Little dog. Thus existence makes sense. (John Fowles)
Sockets and switches. Since then, 80 years have passed and I am still asking myself the same question – what is electricity? But I cannot answer it. (Nikola Tesla)
Parquet. Almost for the first time she felt something not foreseen before, not a legitimate square of the parquet pattern of everyday life. (Vladimir Nabokov)
Fireplaces and heaters. Peace, fireplace, books, silence… First they saw it as pure philistinism. Now it’s a dream of the lost paradise. (Erich Maria Remarque)
Curtains, upholstery and linen. It’s fabric that creates the mood of the interior, so when starting to work I choose the fabrics first. (Kelly Hoppen)