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Flat 06

Interior design: Gintarė Manikė
Location: Vilnius, Lietuva
Project year: 2020
Photography: Ramūnas Manikas


A flat in the centre of Vilnius, has been designed to reflect the modern and secular lifestyle of its customers. It is not intended for permanent use and is used as an apartment. The layout of the flat is also somewhat unusual, when the elongated space, decorated with windows, turns at an angle and the balconies can be accessed from almost anywhere. So, with a lot of natural light in the interior, it was decided to choose darker finishing materials: floors, kitchen countertops, some furniture and their facades. To maintain the colour balance, part of the furniture is bright – of the colour of the walls. The greenish colour, used for certain furniture facades, accentuated the combined unique textures of a walnut. And the brass shades of the interior details have become a kind of interior accents. In the bathroom, against the background of light tiles, washbasin furniture with walnut-textured facades was chosen. It has become the main colour accent of the room.