The huge premises of a historic house in Phoenix have taken on a new face after a wonderful restoration from the studio Knob. The design has become more utilitarian, partly restrained, but at the same time, due to the introduction of details and an interesting combination of colors, the uniqueness of the space is created. Small (relative to the size of the room) windows shift the attention of those present to the interior situation. Plenty of open space, the design is not oversaturated with details. Separate decorative elements on the walls, or a kind of furniture give a personal character to the room, you can immediately see that the design has a creator. A delicate golden hue of wooden inserts, gilding on the lamps, on the pillows dilute the graphite background (there is a lot of it on the stairs, in the kitchen). Such a golden color looks surprisingly simple and light, and, most importantly, very noble. Light is reflected in the overflows of golden details, and the rooms become even brighter, more atmospheric. The design adjusts to ease of perception, tranquility and harmony.