kiev-based designer pavel vetrov has conceived the interior scheme of a hotel room, which sees a clear division between white space and color. the two opposing styles are split down the middle in a definitively straight line, breaking the space into two distinct compositions.
facing the bed, the back wall is separated in two — one surface reveals a vibrant, artistic arrangement of colors, graphics, graffiti and collage; the other is completely white, with colorless furnishings and textiles. the bed sheets share the same properties, with a pink and peach design canvassing the duvet cover up to its middle point. this half of the bed sits atop a patterned rug made up of illustrations, and comic figures, leading to a colored wall and window frame with a spray-painted effect.
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