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If we take out colorful pieces of furniture and decor from this modern apartment in Moscow, then we get a neutral gray space, unremarkable and without any accents. But thanks to these details, we have such catchy and cheerful interiors. The kids room with bold, fabulous wallpaper turned out to be especially spectacular. Another example…

Wallpaper with floral motifs and a beautiful palette with interesting shades of green appeared in this modern apartment in Moscow for a reason. The home is located in a new residential complex, which offers beautiful views of the Meshchersky Park. Designer Anna Zueva tried to emphasize this particular feature when she was designing the interiors….

When designer Svetlana Coleda got this apartment in Minsk, it was a typical ‘Soviet elite apartment’ from the 90s: multi-level ceilings, cheap finishing materials with a claim to luxury, brown tiles and standard layout. The new owner of the apartment is fond of travel and airplanes, so the idea of flying in the skies and…

As we know, minimalism underlies Japanese philosophy and interior design in particular, which is why it blends perfectly with the Scandinavian style. In recent years, there has even been a trend towards a mix of these two design schools. Today we have a top-quality example of this trend – a stylish modern apartment in St….

Choosing green as the main color for such a small space was a very bold decision, but at the end it was quite successful and attractive. This studio apartment in Moscow has an area of ​​only 28 sqm, and while most designers would prefer white in such conditions, Julia Veselova decided to do differently and…