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Not Just Floors but Also Wooden Windowsills, Doors, and Skirting Boards – All From One Source

Architect IJAN Design
Photograph Gintaras Miltenis
Completed project
Floors
Doors
Skirting boards
Windowsills

In this interior, the flooring, doors, skirting boards and wooden windowsills are all made by us. At Ecowood, everything is available from one source, which allows us to fully fulfil our customers’ vision and create seamless, balanced interiors.

Interior designer Julija Naradauskaitė-Brunickė (IJAN Design), who has created this minimalist, cosy interior with laconic shapes and earthy tones, has partnered with our colleagues in Lithuania, Medžio Stilius. Here’s what she says about this interior:

“Upon entering, guests are greeted with a unique sense of space. The interior is made of high-quality materials such as natural oak flooring (grade: Rustic, colour: Q-2118, Dunes), oak Scandinavian-style doors, skirting boards.

The open kitchen and living area feature a large, modern kitchen with oak wood worktops and black accents throughout the house. The dining room is anchored by an oak table with stylish boucle fabric chairs and a minimalist, modern chandelier ideally suited to the space. A grey velour fabric corner sofa and coffee table set are harmoniously combined in the living area. The black metal frame is in harmony with the dining room light. In contrast, the grey marble effect tabletop adds solidity to the lounge area and complements the modern-style rug. The colour palette and the repeated patterned fabrics are the perfect finishing touch to the whole interior, giving it a cosy and warm feel.

In the bathroom, grey base tiles and a framed section of raised textured tiles in warm tones were chosen. A mirror with LED lighting accentuates the texture. Solid interior design is always about quality and durable solutions, so the partner chosen here, GROHE, makes the design aesthetically pleasing and functional. The integrity of the style is also felt in other areas of the house. Earthy colours and stylistic continuity have been used on both the exterior and interior to maintain harmony with the façade architecture of the house.

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