Welcome to our feature gallery of the Krupina Project by Neopolis!
The house is located in Krupina, a small town in southern Slovakia, and features the work of designers Vierka Dorčáková and Renata Farbiaková.
The two chose a neutral palette for the design that allows for the multitude of various textures used to add depth and extravagance without depending on bright colors to wow.
Each room is filled with subtle touches of luxury and display a keen eye for detail from the ceilings to the floors and everything in between.
The color palette itself emphasizes this bespoke sense of luxury, with a mixture of elegant light hues against a neutral palette.
The materials used in the project are expansive. From the use of contrasting marble flooring in the living room to gorgeous wooden doors and exposed brick in several of the bedrooms, you can see that each one was chosen with care.
This design is a marriage between forms: the use of ridged industrial-like structure seen in the metal handrail of the stairway and the uniform squares of the fireplace next to organic lines seen in the wall paneling and round, reflective light fixtures.
Be sure to note some specific bold elements, especially in the living room. The massive white sectional and set of cubic, glass topped coffee tables make a grand impression.
The second floor blends seamlessly into the rest of the house while carving out its own cozier style. The use of warm woods and a few sparing pops of color differentiates the floors.
We hope you enjoy this fabulous house!
The living room features this gorgeous wrap-around couch in cream leather, gray marble floors and a beautiful stone facade on the walls. The metallic touches found in the lights and curtains add extra class while the low setting of the couch is mimicked in the coffee tables. The use of bold textures, found in the plush carpet and round floor pillows, offset the sleek feeling of the rest of the room.
Opposite the seating area of the living room is a bold fireplace. Along the right side of the room is the built in entertainment stand, housing a flat screen TV and all the components in mirrored cabinets, as well as a built in bookshelf similar to the one just past the dining room table to the left of the room.
Open to the living room is this lovely dining area. The large potted plant in the corner as well as the flowers in the table add simple pops of natural color without detracting from the elegance of the furnishings. The light fixtures above the table are reminiscent of silvery bubbles floating through the air.
This sleek white kitchen looks out into the dining room and living room beyond, making it perfect for entertaining guests. The electric stovetop blends seamlessly into the counter and even the ventilation hood doesn’t take away from the overall polished feel of the room.
The opposite side of the kitchen balances the white of the previous cabinets with some beautiful wood fronts finished in a weathered wood look. The horizontally textured stone contrasts the vertical grain of the cabinets and also manages to complement the color.
This small half bath builds around the rigid square of the wall tiles and is reflected in the sink and toilet shapes. Small tiles run down the walls, reminiscent of falling rain.
The foyer leads into this beautiful entrance hall but is kept separate by way of a glass dividing door. Next to the front door is a small built in bench and coat hooks. Textured opposing walls work well to complement each other in such a small space.
The metal railings of the banister portray a sleek but industrial contemporary look. The textured accent wall subtly matches the warm wood floor of the second story.
Much of the upstairs features this beautiful honey-colored wood floor. The second floor hallway acts as a precursor to the bedrooms in function and decor, bringing the second floor together with a unified design.
The first bedroom is a study in contrasts: the sleek design of the bed frame and built-ins against the heavy texture of the rug, bed linens, and office chair. Running the wooden stripe around the center of the room accents the floor and the wood framing of the large windows.
The built-in desk offers a quiet place to the work while the roughly textured accent wall makes a beautiful statement. The cut out shelving in the separating wall next to the desk is a great use of space.
The texture of the wall behind the desk extends onto the wall facing the bed. Backlit contrasting panels add interest as well as expertly frame the wall art, or a television should the owners feel inclined.
The in-house spa room features a steam room, shower, and tiled lounges. The peach tones in the tile complement the wood accents and the warm under lighting that runs along raised floor and the recessed ceiling.
The second bedroom utilizes the same bold textures as the first with a lightened color scheme and a padded headboard.
Backlit contrast panels transform with flat wall into a statement piece. The textured stone wall accents the other bold textures in the room.
Another built-in desk was installed in this room as well as matching shelves for added storage. The potted plant brings a touch of life to the room.
This full bathroom also includes a small laundry area. Textured tiles of tiny colored tiles run down portions of the wall to simulate rain or running water. The blue tile floor is a splash of color unseen in the rest of the house but only enhances the overall color scheme of this room.
The master bedroom uses the wood from the other bedrooms in a more understated fashion. It accents the bottom of the bed frame and bedside tables and balances out the extensive use of white in the room. More bold texturing is apparent in here as well.
A matching vanity was included in the design of the room backed by the same stone accent wall. More plant life adds another splash of color.
The master bathroom continues the white theme with similar wood accents. The textured tiling on the wall is reminiscent flowing water. This bath features a large tub, walk-in shower, and cool white tiles.
The bright yellow accents of the children’s room is an unexpected change from the rest of the house while still adhering to the level of design expected of it. High-gloss finish on the bed frames and walls help to brighten the small space even more.
The swooping lines of the beds are replicated in the reflective closet doors. Texture is added to the room by way of thick rugs and script covered bed comforters.
One of two small half baths in the second story, this one hold a walk in shower and sink. The textured tiles from the master bathroom are also utilized here.
The second bathroom contains a toilet and sink. Textured red-brown tile matches the colors used in the master bedroom and bathroom’s wood accents.
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