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Alpine Panorama In The Odenwald

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Alpine Panorama In The Odenwald
Alpine Panorama In The Odenwald

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Daniela Volk lives in a small apartment in Rohrbach in the Odenwald. There she works in her father's specialist painting company, which the family runs together in the third generation, which is why you can't be fooled about color.

Corinna Schuchmann

A narrow staircase leads up to the living area. The kitchen, living room and dining room are open and angled at the same time. Only the exposed beams separate them from each other. Another staircase leads to the sleeping area under the roof. The open architecture of the apartment poses a challenge to a consistent color concept. The roof beams in 3D Granit 30, the oak floor, and the window and door profiles in anthracite create the framework for the new color scheme.

After a conversation with Sybille Abel from the ColorDesignStudio, it is clear: The basis is the color world 2 of the trend colors 2017 - pastel tones in the style of the 50s, combined with dark blue. Because, green is Daniela Volk's favorite color, and in the future a delicate mint will present itself as the main color of the apartment, which connects all areas. Fine nuances will complement the mint and conjure up a modern retro look in the room. A delicate yellow as a friendly door opener, a blue highlight in the living area, to the reserved nude on the sleeping level. Effects set small eye-opening moments that still do not miss the practicality.

Light yellow entrance area

The entrance area of the apartment with a light yellow retro look is modern and inviting at the same time. But a narrow staircase is a sensitive area. Scratching pockets or traces of the house and yard dog Seppel are almost inevitable. Therefore, the FantasticFleece Siara was given a coating in Disbopur 458 PU-AquaSiegel. "This product is actually a floor seal - but is suitable for areas that are prone to dirt and damage, such as this staircase," explains Daniela Volk. The 50s colors already combine here: with the wall support at the entrance in 3D Patina 80 and the lintel in 3D Mint 55.

Lavender meets Mintton

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 DecoLasur shiny with two percent effect pigment PearlWhite coated has a very special character. Great and purpose-oriented side effect: the surfaces are washable to a certain degree and get a light, silvery shimmer.

At the residents' request, the sleeping area with sloping ceilings should form the opposite pole to the dynamic, fresh living area. Relaxing and relaxing are the most important goals of interior design. A delicate apricot in 3D Onyx 115 breathes life into the walls. The high-gloss PremiumClean interior paint was used here because of its durability. The highly cleanable interior coating also makes sense because the large community includes a large dog. The roof slopes in 3D Curcuma 30 complement the fine combination. The connection is created by the light gray roof beams, which result in a harmonious pastel play of colors.

Alpine panorama

The visual highlight is on the front wall of the sleeping level. An alpine panorama filled in five different granite shades once again underscores the residents' closeness to nature. The effect pigment Switch Lagoon quotes the mint of the living area - slightly shimmering - depending on the lighting situation. The grazing light of the windows or the restrained lighting of the bedside lamp exude the effect in the bedroom. The fine anthracite-colored lines of the furniture complement the color scheme. A modern and light look without being too playful.

An idyllic apartment in the Odenwald, which combines the lightness of the 50s with today's demands for a modern and purpose-oriented color design. It was a successful project for the team of color lover Daniela Volk and trend expert Sybille Abel - and is also a great inspiration for everyone who longs for harmonious connections in the living space and its surroundings.