The fifth apartment was designed using colours and décor elements typical to the region of Dzūkija. The bedroom area is separated by a clear fabric canopy. Window décor elements – wooden edging decorated with small embossed patterns. The overall interior composition of the apartment is completed by variegated curtains. Green, red and purple – colours that are characteristic to the region of Dzūkija are seen on furniture and décor elements. The bathroom is unique for its playfulness, because of the tile placement principle, which is based on the design elements of ethnographic doors. An impression of spaciousness and luxury is created by a huge mirror. Apartment size – 28 m².
The fourth apartment’s design was based on the culture of the ethnographic region of Dzūkija. For the separation of the bedroom and resting areas a clear fabric canopy was used. This element used to be implemented in luxurious Lithuanian huts. Luxurious Italian wallpaper, decorated with national folk patterns, perfectly reveals the small patterns and diversity of colour characteristic to the region of Dzūkija. Combinations of orange and purple, typical to the regions textile, were chosen for this apartment’s textile and furniture. The luxurious bedroom area is completed by a headboard, decorated with fence elements, typical to the region of Dzūkija. Resting and kitchen areas are connected using an openwork light fixture. Openwork Luminaire is designed based on the motif of the distaff and windbreaks.You can also see folk motifs typical to the region inside the spacious and bright bathroom – the placement of tiles and patterns reflecting quilting elements. Apartment size – 36 m².
The interior of the first apartment is a combination of national folk motifs from every Lithuanian ethnographic region, it‘s like a reflection Lithuania‘s essence. Every region has its Own cultural heritage, but certain elements are common to all of them. The main visual element in this apartment is a spatial wallpaper based on the motifs of the Bernardine Church‘s roof, which makes the room seem larger. Special attention was paid to the headboard of the bed, the design of which was dictated by shutter fragments from the region of Aukštaitija. The embossed surface of dark oak is matched with soft velour. Shutter décor elements are repeated on the commode, standing next to a wall decorated with bands. Band motif becomes a reoccurring element of this room. Colourful décor elements of the bands decorate the façade panels of the wardrobe. It’s like the continuation of old traditions, when the colourfulness and beauty of a typical hut were created by ornaments painted on wardrobes and chests. Bathroom accent – shower walls that are based on door décor elements from the region of Žemaitija. Neutral earthly colours dominate in this apartment and are matched with surfaces of various materials. Apartment size – 26 m².