Interior Design Projects from Vilnius is going to be today’s topic! After covering already the city’s top interior designers, it is now time to showcase the best interior projects this city has to offer.
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1.House with Library by ArchDesign
When creating the interior, attention was paid to the architecture of the house designed by UAB Studio Lapė. In the architecture of the two-storey house of clear geometric shapes, horizontal volumes of the ceiling and roof stand out, a glass showcase between them, and a retaining wall without windows on the north side of the house.
2.Sunny Apartment in the Old Town by ArchDesign
The house of the historicist era sought to preserve a sense of continuity of time. This gave rise to an authentic brick outcrop on the wall, furniture and interior elements from the different eras owners, complemented by a newly designed lounge, kitchen and bathroom.
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3.Seagull Residence by Clé de Maison
This luxury house is made for those who privilege sophistication with functionality, beauty with refined luxury and the right aesthetics and colours.
4.Wonderland by Clé de Maison
This interior project has an unexpected combination of Pop Art style and modern classics.
5.Apartment in the Old Town by Dizaino Rezidencija
This interior has a special spirit, it reflects the character of the client and is constantly changing, filling with new works and emotions.
6.Apartment in the Old Town by Dizaino Rezidencija
This apartment was designed with the aim of creating a warm and cosy home with everything in place, to give maximum functionality with great decor and colours.
7.Contemporary Apartment by Donata Granata
This contemporary apartment has a touch of midcentury and modern lines.
8.Apartment for a Young Man by Donata Granata
This apartment was designed for a young man with 2020 Pantone’s blue as the main colour.
9.Valakampiai Apartment by Eglė Skuodaitė
A cosy family apartment on the upper floor with a sloped ceiling that is surrounded by pine trees.
10.Užupis Apartment by Eglė Skuodaitė
Private apartment in Užupis designed a mix of classical and eclectic styles.
11.Apartment on the Hill by In Arch
This apartment was created with a cosy solid interior of a family apartment.
12.Loft in Naujamiestis by In Arch
This loft was created in the cosy Scandinavian-style for a young family.
13.Nomad Apartment by DeformSpace
This apartment is aesthetically appealing with its grey hues with orange colour pops that elevate everything in this interior design.
14.Monochromatic Tom House by DeformSpace
Contrary to the previews project, this house mainly presents grey, black and white hues, giving it a modern minimal feel.
15.Modern by Interjero Ministerija
Modern is based on the tradition of mid-century design. This is a modern version of the 1940s and 50s. The never-ending continuation of the previous modern is witnessed by the fabrics, which are characterised by clothing patterns, the simplicity of Scandinavian furniture. Modern is more decorative and ornate than its mid-century predecessor.
16.Minimalism by Interjero Ministerija
Minimalism is the style where ‘more is less’ and the connection between form and function is simply obvious. This trend is largely based on the Scandinavian and Japanese design traditions and often shifts to other styles. Minimalist interiors are reminiscent of black-and-white photos, but can sometimes have a slight colour accent to each other.
17.Private Residence by JoIn
Jo Interior’s created an amazing modern contemporary private residential for a young family.
18.3-Room Apartment by JoIN
This apartment was designed with a colour palette mainly focused on grey hues with pops of colour in key decor elements such as pillows, ottomans and rugs.
19.Apartment in Saltiniu by Rimartus
Interior is designed for a young couple. The basic requirements – practicality and comfort, clean and cosy aesthetics, a sense of space and warm earthy tones. Wooden floor and vertical wooden planks on the walls create a neat interior rhythm and visually expand the space. Painted concrete ceilings are converted to nice complimentary texture and maintain the height of the room.
20.House in Vytènai by Rimartus
The concept of this interior is expressive harmony of black, white and earth tones, solid comfort and elegant details. Open spaces are shaped and divided into separate zones bylines, contrasts and rectangular volumes connecting each other.
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