Now, more than ever, is time to rethink our interior design. A beautiful home, after all, means a more pleasant experience overall, and how we divide our space may actually affect how we perceive our reality. These days, we’re taking notes from Russian interior designer, Dmitry Reutov. His original work revolves mainly around color stories, with his interiors transporting us to different universes altogether.
“When creating interiors, I always turn to nature, asking myself what it would look like in nature,” explained Reutov in an interview with Sixtysix Magazine. “Even when I look at plastic as a modern man-made material, I associate it with nature. I can relate transparent plastic to ice.”
Since 2007, Reutov runs his own architectural and construction company, with his studio conducting projects of varying complexity from residential interiors to business spaces. The studio then implements projects with its own team of builders.
His work takes him all over the world, from New York to Spain. “My schedule is tight, but it’s hard to describe a typical day,” he admits. “I don’t call it work. This is a process for me, a process I love. I’m solving problems. Seven days a week.”
Though not everyone can afford his services, there’s inspiration to be found in his work. His interiors prove that a bold choice of color makes all the difference between a boring living room and a space worth inhabiting. Take a look for yourself: