Functionality and minimalism in student’s room decorated in loft style
A student’s room with minimalist décor, limited to a small range of primary colours, as is the case with an adolescent male. It is finished in loft style, but also with vintage accents, such as an old bentwood chair found in the antique shop, or military surplus crates, obtained at a military auction and renovated. When a teenager’s room needed to be adapted to the age of the owner, the main objective was that it should be comfortable, bright and hassle-free. As decorations were used mainly elements related to the passion of the student living here, i.e. music. The student room is not big, so it was very important, that its layout and arrangement could be changed depending on needs. Therefore, lightweight, multifunctional and easy-to-move elements with a youthful note can be found here. Space can be freely changed, adapting it to the needs. The central point is a large desk, which allows for comfortable learning. There are retro chests, conveniently mounted on wheels that can be used as a coffee table, a gaming table, and sometimes also as an extra seat. Sliding doors perfectly complement and even give character to such an arrangement. The Verriere model from the Industrial Line with a milky glass filling was installed here. Importantly, the door fits perfectly to every inch of the recess between the wall and the chimney flue, filling the entire cavity. Thanks to the milky glass filling, they not only provide adequate privacy but also illuminate the interior on both sides, which has a positive effect on the access of daylight both in the presented interior and in the hall just outside the door. Although this room differs significantly in design from the rest of the house, which has a much more feminine character, the Verriere door connecting both spheres is a passage that fits well on each side.
Door: VERRIERE (90x210cm), milky glass