25, Jun 2020 | Interior Design
All bedrooms are unique in their own way. The furniture, the colours, the layout… Sometimes uniqueness is in front of us and we don’t even realize it. Some other times it’s just impossible to go unnoticed, like this bedroom, designed for a young girl by the architect Yasha Zaicev. Yasha’s family seems to gravitate around the design world, as Yasha is a 3rd generation architect. And, as you can see throughout the post, talent doesn’t skip a generation.
” The interior of the room is for the girl. She is 15 years old. Her family is traditional, patriarchal. Designing the interior of her room, I was thinking about the inner freedom that a young girl who can open outside the door of her own room can allow.” – Yasha Zaicev
Textures rule in this bedroom design. The mix of natural wood tones, white and patterns add a youthful yet contemporary vibe to the project. You can see the traditional roots of the family reflected in this bedroom, as no detail was left to chance.
The art-deco vanity console is one of the statement pieces here, as it invokes a sense of royalty to the design. The wall mirror, above the Sky Chest 3 Drawers contrast perfectly with the wooden tones in the background, adding a bit of retro-sophistication to the decor.
”I wanted to create an atmosphere of a boudoir worthy of Simone Senhora. The suitcase in this case is an image of freedom, the ability not to be attached to the place and circumstances.” – Yasha Zaicev
The Sky Chest is a kids’ chest of drawers inspired by the Disney movie “Planes” and it is the perfect storage item for your aviation inspired bedroom decoration. With a creative and playful design, the Sky Chest is inspired by vintage travel suitcases to reinforce the connection between children and exploring. It features 3 drawers and the decorative suitcases are piled up to provide extra storage.
Built in wood, lacquered in glossy grey, with details in synthetic leather and nickel finishes.