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Video: Without A Tile Is Also Beautiful - Seamless Design In The Kitchen And Bathroom
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
Gone are the days when customers were bound to their tiled kitchens or bathrooms when they moved in. Filler compounds, glazes or interior colors enable designs that can be changed again with little effort. Here are three examples.
Author: Martin Mansel | Photos: Caparol
In our first example, the architect Thilo Holzer was faced with the task of converting a residential building in Stuttgart from the 1950s for a family of seven. The existing base with solid masonry walls and concrete rib ceilings was solid. However, the nested floor plan and the existing room program were no longer up to date. The builders wanted open architecture with a warm, homely atmosphere. On the outside, the building is now showing a clinker brick facade and oak windows. The oak wood also shapes the interior design concept. The new parents 'sleeping area with dressing room, sauna and parents' bathroom is on the top floor. Here the architect contrasted the wood with a light coat of paint with a preservative-free interior dispersion.
Facade in black and white
In our second example, this time a new building, the interior design reflects the color language of the architecture. Behind a contrasting black and white facade, visitors can expect an airy interior. The restrained colors support the lightness and calm of the rooms timelessly and elegantly. "The colors are subordinate to the architecture," says the architect. "Each color nuance was precisely balanced and matched to the space," adds Kirstin Bachmann from the Caparol Color Design Studio. In the tile-free bathroom, anthracite-colored walls create an elegant and reserved atmosphere.
Green is Daniela Volk's favorite color. You can't fool her about color, because her family is the third generation to run a painting business in the Odenwald. Even in your small, fine apartment, a delicate mint is now the main color and visually connects all areas with each other. The delicate 3D Mint 55 is freshly laid over the walls of the living and dining area as a matt-painted basic tone. The roof slopes contrast discreetly in 3D Curcuma 30, an off-white. This brings brightness into the room. The now blue fireplace in 3D lavender 155 has become an eye-catcher in the living area - elegant and modern in combination with the mint color of the walls.
In the kitchen, the mint with glossy DecoLasur and two percent PearlWhite effect pigment coated have a very special character. Great and purpose-oriented side effect: the surfaces are washable to a certain degree and get a light, silvery shimmer.
Project residential building Stuttgart:
Bathroom: Indeko-plus in white
Project residential building Stiens:
bathroom: Indeko-plus / Deco-Lasur 3D Siena 15 and effect pigment
Project Apartment Daniela Volk:
Kitchen: Indeko-plus 3D Mint with
Capadecor DecoLasur glossy +
2 percent effect pigment Pearl White
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