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In her new apartment project for a young mother and daughter, designer Tatyana Minina suggested a rather original combination of Scandinavian design and a variety of ethnic touches in decor. A large image of an elephant on the wall in the living room, an authentic beautiful green chest of drawers, African decor pieces, rag chandeliers…

We well remember Natalya Maslova by the project of London apartment in a bold green scheme – already then it was clear that the designer adores bright shades and interesting color combinations. Her new work – a modern apartment for a family with two children – is another confirmation of this. A stylish plaid sofa,…

When you have a small living area, the main thing in design is to set priorities correctly. In this very small apartment in the center of Moscow, the kitchen has only several square meters, but the bathroom is quite spacious and even with a window. That was exactly the wish of the client, who almost…

Designer Nadya Zotova in her new apartment project in Moscow tried to recreate the cozy atmosphere of an English cottage, which the owners love so much. A large library, a bright classic-style sofa, floral motifs, vintage furniture details – it is hard to believe that housing is located in the center of bustling Moscow, and…

For the design of this modern apartment in Moscow, designer Ivan Pozdnyakov chose a calm pastel-gray shade named Yucatan – in honor of the famous peninsula in Mexico with a lot of beaches with sand of the same color. And he painted almost all the surfaces, therefore the interiors are perceived restrained and monochrome, resembling…