This is the maximum amount of sunlight in rooms and space, but so that the interior didn't seem "too cool". Cashmere, wool and linen fabrics helped to combine these two tasks. The result was an interesting effect. Despite the laconic design of curtains, the noble texture of the fabric, emphasized the sophistication of the interior and made the necessary warmth in the house.
One room in the house designed in a nautical style. This room is a tribute to the passion of the master of the house – yachting. In the room are stored navigational charts, nautical books and other attributes of the hobby. Curtains-panels made from Hermes fabric created the spirit of this room. The design of Jean-Louis Clerc watercolor is illustration of a seaside town. This is a painting of a regatta on a quiet sea on a Sunny day. Panels of this fabric echoes a summer mood on the river Lielupe, which is visible from the window of the room. Summer on the river is active sailing movement. In this room also is linen carpet from Swedish designer Bjorn Dahlstrom called Positive.The carpet is like wish good luck to all the travelers.
The house has many works of Latvian painters represented in the National Museum of Latvia – Janis Osis, Karlis Silins, Konstantin Vysotsky, Valdis Kalnroze. These works in the context of project ideas – interior as a continuation of the surrounding nature. In the large lobby is the work of the Latvian artist Inta Celmina. This abstract painting is in harmony with the interior and accentuates the Baltic Nature.