Adapting the existing layout to the needs of the client was the main task of the designer Valeria Dziuba in the project of this Moscow apartment. Despite a decent total area of 100 sqm, the initial distribution of space was not the most effective – two large rooms and elongated shape of the housing. After the redesign, the apartment began to fully meet the needs of the family: two full bedrooms, two bathrooms, a study, dressing rooms and a living room combined with a kitchen appeared. The owner for a long time could not decide on the style of the design, as a result, choosing between classics and Provence with elements of a loft, they decided to focus on light eclecticism.
About Author:Serge Pufik is the founder and mastermind of pufikhomes.com blog. Sergiy is an economist by profession, he worked in real estate and from childhood was fond of interior magazines. Together with his wife Anna they run design studio PH Studio, managing projects in Ukraine and far beyond.
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