Neoklasika design team has created a holiday apartment in the popular Baltic resort city, Jurmala for a family from Moscow.
The design brief for the apartment was to create a Moroccan inspired environment that would be filled with a carefree relaxing ambiance. The 152m2 apartment situated on the top floor of the newly built development is supplemented with a 176m2 roof terrace.
Comfortable sitting areas, flowing soft draperies and cushions in vivid colours dominate in the interior to create a refined interior. The colour palette of the apartment was inspired by the sand of the seashore and complemented by red and brown nuances.
Outstanding variety of decorative painting techniques for the walls required a masterful and time consuming work by the artists. The interior is enhanced by Arabic ornaments on the walls and a vibrant stained glass window in the living room. The ambient lighting, deluxe fabrics and natural materials create a cosy oasis. It invites to enjoy a laid-back holiday atmosphere with family and friends after the intensity of the everyday life in one of the world’s megalopolis.
Designing the apartment with a reference to Moroccan theme lies in the owners’ passion for Marrakesh that started after visiting this city. The interior was designed to create a harmony between the elements of Moroccan culture and regional colour palettes and design principles.