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Modern minimalist interiors are often criticized for being impractical – beautiful, but where to store all the owner’s stuff?! In this Moscow apartment, the architect Olga Sushko tried to organize as much storage space as possible, as this was one of the main wishes of the client. As a result – with a total area…

In this Moscow apartment, everything is saturated with a creative spirit: the famous “House with masks” on Novaya Basmannaya street, built back in 1905, beautiful artistic stucco molding on the walls, the owner who is fond of playing the piano. Designer Katerina Vinogradova skillfully added a modern touch to the interiors, including elements of the…

Viktoria Shklyar of Form Bureau has designed a cozy and at the same time function attic in one of the modern private houses in Kyiv, Ukraine. Here you can not only relax by the fireplace in the evening or read your favorite book on a soft sofa, but you can also work at an inspiring…

We loved this spacious (240 sqm) apartment in Kyiv from the first photo because of its simplicity and pleasant warm colors. Designers of ID4U Studio did not show all their skills and use many techniques in one space (as often happens with our designers), but on the contrary – they played on clean lines, open…

Despite the fact that this spacious apartment is located in a new building in Moscow, designer Zoya Volkova decided to recreate the atmosphere of Parisian homes in the stately Hausmann buildings. Hence, we can see here the famous attributes of French interiors – herringbone parquet, generous wall decor with moldings, art pieces. The color scheme…

In the design of this duplex apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine, the authors have mixed elements of three different styles. Firstly, this is minimalism – there is very little furniture and decor, the main emphasis is on space and natural light. The second main style is industrial: concrete ceilings and columns, as well as a metal…