Known for its ski resorts and tracks, Gstaad is a small city located in Switzerland. As the city is mostly destined for ski enthusiasts and snow lovers, there are several chalets throughout the city. These chalets can seem traditional from the outside, the on the inside, lies a perfectly cut gem, thanks to the work of fabulous interior designers. Gstaad is therefore a hidden gem in terms of interior design, and today we’re going to present you with the Best Rug Design Projects in Gstaad.
Résidences de Rougemont Project by Plus Design
Chalet Homer Project by Rougemont Interiors
Both projects are residential are have a real typical chalet ambiance.
The first project, by Plus Design, has a neutral palette and a classic style giving more attention to natural and neutral tones. The furniture has a functional aspect, there aren’t many accessories visible. There’s a classic and natural feeling, created by the use of wood, typical of swiss chalets.
The second project, by Rougemont Interiors, also feels and has a chalet ambiance, due to the surrounding furniture, center table, and floors made out of wood. There are more accessories present in this living room decor, but nonetheless, every piece of furniture and accessory has its purpose. The color scheme is composed of mostly neutral colors such as grey, brown and beige blend harmoniously with the wooden elements.
Chalet de Gérignoz Project by Plus Design
Résidence Spittelweg Project by Rougemont Interiors
Same as with the other two, these projects are residential but this time the ambiance between the two feels quite different.
The first project has a modern-looking ambiance, with the use of fierce furniture and high-end textiles. It still has some classic elements, such as the wooden floor, a wooden cabinet on the background, and the ceiling, hardly retouched after renovation. The use of the sofa helps the flow of this living room and the, mostly neutral, color palette blends well with the wooden elements on the scene.
The second project, opposed to the first one, has a more chalet ambiance, nonetheless with modern elements, such as lighting, chairs, mirror, and accessories. Still, the use of wooden elements mixing with a neutral and earthy color palette, help create a warm and cozy atmosphere, perfect for relaxing and zone out, after a rough day of skying.
Apartment in Schönried Project by Plus Design
Chalet White Ace Project by Rougemont Interiors
Both ambiances reflect a true cabin house or chalet atmosphere, but both have different color schemes.
The first project presents a neutral palette, with whiter tones, almost creating an angelic and pure atmosphere. There’s a more functional and classic, and even rustic style employed here. A typical chalet atmosphere using wooden elements as furniture also, other than floors and ceiling, with cupboards, center tables, and window frames. The pelt as rug also accentuates the wilderness and natural feeling around this project.
The second project, has a monochromatic color scheme, regarding furniture, and contrarily to the first one, primarily using darker tones of grey and black. The use of a darker palette gives this project a more modern ambiance than the first one. The evolving atmosphere remounts to a classic chalet atmosphere but the furniture gives it a modern twist. The use of fluffy pillows creates a homely and cozy atmosphere, including the use of a natural wolf pelt as a rug, giving it an extra natural and modern look.
Residential Project by Plus Design
Chalet La Ferme Project by Rougemont Interiors
The first project has a modern feeling, with modern suspension lights, sofas, armchairs, and a rug. A neutral palette was used, mostly containing beige, white, and dashes of black on the rug textile. It has a very minimalistic style with little to no accessories present, creating a visually appealing and open atmosphere.
The second project, from Rougemont Interiors, is different, it feels less open, but on the other hand, it continues to be extremely visually appealing and, most important of all, it has a cozy and warm atmosphere. Like the other projects, this one has a neutral color palette, with white and beige tones, contrasting with wooden elements, creating a perfect symbiosis between furniture.
Renovation in Gstaad Project by Plus Design
Résidence Pingus Project by Rougemont Interiors
The first project by Plus Design is very simple and clean with a very minimalistic design. A natural ambiance typical of a chalet or cabin house, surrounded by a neutral color palette, and the presence of flowers giving, in addition to the wooden materials, an outdoorsy ambiance.
Regarding the second project, it has a totally different vibe, with the use of darker tones mixed up with wooden elements, such as the floor and ceiling. The rug choice on this project helps bring this dining room together and create a cozy atmosphere, contrasting with the darker tones with a neutral color. It definitely has a lot more modern elements, such as the lighting and cabinets, creating an elegant ambiance.
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