Today Home Decor Ideas blog will present you an amazing project by one of the best interior designers in the world: Eric Kuster. We are talking about an amazing lakeside villa in Switzerland, which will inspire you for your interior design projects.
Eric Kuster’s ability to strike the perfect balance between classical and modern has won him a place on the list of top interior
designers. He began his career in 1989 as the Creative and Commercial Director at Chivasso, the Dutch textile manufacturer. His perfect feel for colour and natural tones was quickly spotted by other style connoisseurs, and this enabled him quite soon to open his first shop in the fashionable town of Laren on Holland’s ‘Gold Coast’. His portfolio includes villas and penthouses in Marbella, Dubai, Berlin, Moscow and Bali. It is, therefore, no surprise to find among his VIP clientele such well-known footballers as Dutch legends Ruud Gullit and Ronald Koeman.
This sophisticated contemporary lakeside villa is located within Domaine du Lac, on the banks of Lake Geneva in Switzerland. The high-style villa serves as a family residence created with sleek and comforting interiors by the Netherlands-based, international interior designer and luxury lifestyle purveyor Eric Kuster. The home is custom finished to the highest of standards, with over 10,000 square feet spread over three levels.
The coffee table you see in this brilliant living room area is called Eden Coffee Table and it’s from the famous luxury brand Boca do Lobo. We fell in love with this table and that’s why we wanted to present it to you today.
The mystic behind the name inspires Eden. This coffee table represents a part of the tree of knowledge and the tale of the birth of desire. Boca do Lobo uses the highest quality materials and textures, giving them shapes through objects that create a cosmopolitan luxury environment, finding the finest example in this table. Fully made of polished casted brass, with a delicately engraved top exposing the heart of a golden tree to the very heart of a home. Available a set of two coffee tables and also an elegant and highly decorative side table.
Large floor-to-ceiling windows and high ceilings merge the indoors with the outdoors, bathing the interiors with natural sunlight and providing unending views of the lake. The emphasis in the design of this contemporary lakeside villa was comfort combined with high energy. Every element considers the preferences of the owner with the finest details personalized to create an exact fit for the family.
Comfort is enhanced throughout the contemporary lakeside villa with the use of soft, luxurious textures applied to the walls, floors, and furniture. Kuster understands the importance of fabrics and materials. He has layered various textiles that demand to be touched. Naturally, all are from his Metropolitan Luxury Collection which includes everything: custom furnishings, floors, doors, carpets, fabrics, leathers, lighting, and more. The collection captures a contemporary style that expresses itself in glamor, luxury, and sensuality.
The lakeside villa features only the most elegant and sophisticated materials, highest quality fixtures and fittings, superior electronics, and intelligent technology. The ability to always find the perfect balance between classic and modern is a design cornerstone for Kuster.
The basement level holds the home’s entire leisure area. The spa, fitness center, pool, private cinema, and temperature controlled wine storage all share the space down here. Also, some of the biggest design statements are down on this level.
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For over a decade, Eric Kuster Interior Design Studio has proven to be highly successful. Kuster develops and delivers luxurious turnkey interior design projects worldwide for high-profile clients. The studio has the skills, suppliers, and connections to execute these projects with speed and precision. The logistics team is experienced in overcoming significant challenges and delivering every element on time and to any location across the globe.