Interior design studio Polinova Paul intruduced us a brand new home decor concept two secretive workspaces in a home that would keep you hidden away from the hubbub of the household when duty calls. Also this new concept with glittering white ambiance holds some beautiful bedrooms, a fresh open plan living area, two practical small bathroom layouts and a dramatic hallway design. As you are going to see in the following pictures modern and contemporary art elements are used in harmony. Wast bedrooms, children rooms, living rooms, and kitchen are all resemle the open plan blue prints. Wood flooring is also in amity with all the white interior. Natural lighting is also provided with the help of ceiling spotslights and moder metal and chrome chandeliers. Even the slightest details are not neglected such as the shaggy style rectangle dark gray rug, classical glass bottles of wines, colorful accessories all around,and white wavy ceiling lustre with vertical track lighting glamorously framing the master bed. If you wonder where are the home offices let me tell you that one of them is just in the middle of the house but kept secret in the corner with a nice window scene where the master bedroom’s walk-in closet leads through to this very private study. Although this home office is hidden away out of plain sight, the décor detail is fabulous. Geometric print wallpaper gives a blast of style and interest to the small room, whilst an oversized art print in sunshine yellow lifts the whole look, the other is kept away in one of the balconies with full serenity. This workspace nestles in a tight spot, but what it lacks in dimensions it makes up for in cheerful color and striking form. What is common in both of them is the wooden study desk, book shelves with built in bookcases, and compact drawers.Let us walk through the rooms of this sparkling palace and discover the hidden nooks…
This serene living space, where the lounge area floats in the center of the open space like an island–clinging to an area rug, nestled under the bough of an arc lamp resembling the post-modern era.
Please take a seat at this corner of home wine bar created over in the window area with a simple bench, bar stools and a generous wine rack peeping through frosted glass doors.
As you notice how details are embroidered. For examle the fireplace has been moved up and over to make way for a flatscreen tv.
The dining area leans against the back of the sofa to provide extra floor space in the kitchen.
How cute are the yellow boxes…
This tiny shower room is kitted out with a mini basin and wall mounted toilet.
So warm and cozy lighting, casting a fuzzy glow against wood paneling just the need of a child.
Specially bespoke shelving ensures that every nook is utilized. And a red telescope to look into the stara at night time.