Color and material conceptions, consulting, and sales are all handled by Diewald Interior Design. Since 1972, their company has been active in the Düsseldorffurniture industry. Their clientele is diverse; their primary focus is on private customers. Diewald Interior Design also consults and provides services to hotels, medical practices, retirement homes, and other businesses.
In Mülheim a der Ruhr, a historic villa was transformed into a tiny 5-star hotel that was seamlessly joined to a new structure. In the historic building, a traditional black and white line was kept in consultation with the owner. Colorful bench chairs give a striking impression, which is echoed in the accessories. Warm beige and brown tones were used for the new building. The breakfast room and spa area are located in a basement wing that receives no natural light but connects the two buildings.
Diewald Interior Design created this room with an amazing lightbox, into which an 11.00-meter long panorama photo of the Ruhr meadows was merged, to avoid giving the guest a cellar impression. It gives guests a sense of peace and well-being. Other objects belonging to the owners were also created by us, in addition to the villa on the Ruhr.
Event House in Hanover
The Hardenbergsche Haus, an event house in Hanover, has been constructed by this studio team. Weddings and family gatherings are held here, as well as conferences and birthday celebrations with friends who appreciate the classic and stylish environment.
New decorations were installed in the reception area and the entry area. A classic damask with Molton lining and hassock in two colors to match the rooms. The upholstered furniture was also reupholstered and color-matched to the rest of the room. Etro, Rubelli, Gancedo, and Colefax & Fowler fabrics were utilized.
Modern City Apartment
To create a clean line in a young woman’s modern city flat so that the current bright art may be showcased to its full potential. Diewald Interior Design recommended clear black and white for the walls and décor, with tones of crimson and purple appearing exclusively in the accessories section. The dining table was created to order, with a rough iron frame and a high-gloss lacquer top, as well as a Moooi leather seat and chairs. The Terzani lamp Orten’zia produces big shadows on the walls with its hydrangea leaves, giving the apartment a very warm and cozy feel.
In their historic Düsseldorf flat, their customers desired a magnificent hotel suite. They used cream and anthracite brown for the walls, draperies, and doors. We added two Donghia armchairs in cream-colored silk to complement the Rubelli window decorations, and the sofa is covered in silk velour. The kitchen is brushed stainless steel with a natural stone worktop, in stark contrast to the classic ambiance. An ethanol fireplace creates a warm and inviting ambiance. The natural stone washbasins and bathtub in the bathroom are framed with patinated wood. Pii and John Hutton’s chosen light sources add an ambient touch to the mood.
Private Town Villa
The entire house’s equipment, including the floor, wall design, bathrooms, furniture, and lights. The necessary exquisite setting was to be provided for a baroque corner exhibit and other antiques. A dining set and upholstered furniture by John Hutton, as well as a custom-made lacquered and glass sideboard with a TV screen that can be lowered by radio, were chosen as a modern contrasting program. The smoked and limed American oak floor is bordered with Nero Marquino natural stone and runs the length of the home. Marble soffits were installed on all routes, with some having glass doors. The sumptuous environment is completed with fine fabrics by Sahco Hesslein, Lelievre, and Art & Decor.
Private Penthouse In Düsseldorf
A rooftop property in Düsseldorf’s zoo neighborhood was renovated and refurbished. The to-do list included floors, walls, plumbing, the kitchen, and the majority of the furniture. The light cream-yellow walls, interior fixtures, and bathrooms complement a dark Merbau timber floor in a high-contrast rusty brown. The silk curtains were likewise painted in the same color. All of the furniture, including TV racks, showcases, wardrobes, and cupboards, was custom-made for the customer. The cooking area with a view of the zoo park was especially important to the lady of the house. A light leather bench, custom-made for you, encourages you to take a seat and relax. The bistro table’s granite top is cut from the same block as the kitchen worktop.
In a typical ground-floor flat on the Rhine, a loft character needed to be established. The purest furnishings are topped off by warm colors, stainless steel, white leather, and complementing woods. The project was developed in collaboration with Tanja Stefezius of Düsseldorf architects eigenRaum.
Private Country Style
A historic country house on the Lower Rhine was completely furnished. Fabrics from Canovas and Decortex were used to frame a variety of vintage seating furniture. The hues of the terracotta floor were picked up and translated to the upholstery made of durable nubuck leather in the entrance hall. In the living area, the cover of a sofa matches the original natural stone floor. Simple linen curtains were used throughout the property, which matched the hue of the original floorboards and allowed for bold colors in the furnishings and accessories.
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