For the owner of this wooden cottage in the Moscow region, this is not just a holiday home for the weekend – it is a whole complex with a bathhouse, living rooms, an office and a meeting room. In short, a whole base for relaxation, work and receiving guests. An important task was to ensure maximum unity with nature – that is why the house was built of dead-wood “kelo” polar pine, which looks natural and lively. But despite all the rusticity of this building material, designer Regina Ibragimova decided to fill the interiors with exquisite modern furniture to create interesting contrasts. What came of it – see in our today’s photo tour!
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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