Design studio Dekoratio - Viskas apie interjerą
2015 June 8

This design studio in Hungary, Budapest, is something that you can see rarely. A design studio purpose is perfectly revealed, a rather creative space is revealed where probably perfect ideas are born (it‘d be difficult to imagine a design studio in a class with a brown writing table, houseplants and white blinds).

The letter K that‘s in a logo is as if a cut which reiterates in an interior and separates the space into two different areas. There‘re a lot of "broken" corners in an interior and, even though the whole area isn‘t big (100 square meters), they‘re maximally used so that creative people could easily work.

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There‘re comic illustrations in each room or at least the part of it and each of them has its function or mission. For example, the word ‘BOOM‘ hides water heater, there‘s ‘climbing‘ inscription on the doors ‘Believe in BETTER‘ and it becomes ‘Believe in BEER‘ when the door is pushed – the highest class!

Each inscription and each word here has sense, is thoughtful and combined with everything that is around (even a different floor cover looks perfectly here) and, even though I don‘t like such comic elements, I only want to applaud for these designers for such a successful interior.

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This room is the most beautiful for me. Probably each designer knows what ‘Lorem ipsum‘ is and for what it‘s used, therefore, stylized letters simply perfectly combine with the colour palette known for the designers of a different sphere. And again, as I‘ve written earlier, the room is divided into two rooms, in this case, into grey and white.

I wish Lithuania to have more such offices and studios and for owners not to be afraid to invest to an interior which most probably pays off through outburst of thoughts and creative energy for workers and a real estate value.

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Evelina

My name is Evelina Aleliūnienė. I'm founder of this blog and interior designer. Writing this blog helps me while doing this kind of job and is a great bundle of beautiful ideas for you!

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