Interior design and renovation of a terraced house

A project that began in early 2022 and which took us about a year, followed partly remotely and partly in person on site, but which finally allowed us to deal with a sustainable renovation thanks to the commitment of the customers in the matter. The request was clear: to have a home that was above all healthy. As we said in the article dedicated to sustainable renovations, a small step which, however, makes the difference is the choice of natural lime instead of the classic paint for the walls. Subsequently, it is preferred to fix the existing doors and windows, avoiding buying new ones and the whole house is ducted with a cooling and heating system that maintains the same temperature in all the rooms, managed in a smart way.
As far as the project is concerned, however, the living area has been enlarged by eliminating the wall that closed off the existing kitchen and a small service bathroom has been created in place of a closet next to the bedroom. The whole house has been tiled with stone-effect porcelain stoneware, except for the bathrooms, which see the use of a blue marble-effect tile (combined with white and bamboo furniture) in the larger one with a bathtub, and a veined white marble-effect tile for the smaller one on the back wall and floor, contrasting the other walls with a light gray.

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