This apartment in a typical Stalinist house of the 50s in Moscow was inherited by the owners with all that it implies: small kitchen, long corridor, a tiny bathroom. Designer Anna Zueva was tasked with modernizing the interiors, while at the same time paying tribute to historical architecture. So, after the renovation, coffered ceilings and an enfilade layout appeared in the apartment, at the same time, colorful scheme, glass partition, and laconic cabinet furniture add a modern shade to the spaces. Great project!
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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