When architect Pavel Zheleznov began to work on the project of an apartment in a house built in 1930 in Moscow, the interiors were replete with the attributes of the typical post-Soviet design: hanging ceilings, semicircular walls, etc. Therefore, one of the main tasks was to release and maximize the full potential of the original space and make the interiors resonate with the architecture. It is interesting that in the beginning, the client was cautious about bright colors, but in the end, his choice fell on the boldest of the proposed color scales. Beautiful and memorable interior!
About Author:Anna Pufik is the founder and creative mind at pufikhomes.com blog. Anna specializes in interior design, together with her husband Sergiy they head the PH Studio design firm. She loves Scandinavian style and sophisticated timeless interiors. Follow Anna on Instagram.
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