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As we all know, it’s not easy to work with classics – there is a risk of making an interior too “museum” or not liveable, without soul and historical charm. But the designers at TaupeHome have done an excellent job of creating an elegant and inviting classic space in this St. Petersburg apartment. A gorgeous…

We usually associate weekend ‘dacha’ with a small old cottage, vintage furniture and a large vegetable garden. But this wooden home in the suburbs of St. Petersburg is not like that at all. The owners bought it for a short weekend getaway in the countryside and invited MKInterio to decorate its interiors in a sophisticated…

The house which hosts this apartment is a famous and important architectural monument of St. Petersburg – it is one of a row of 2-story historical houses in the Palevsky district, built in the 1920s in the spirit of the Soviet avant-garde. But the interiors of the apartment turned out to be light and modern,…

From the outside, this house near Krasnodar does not at all look like suburban home – a simple and monotonous brick facade would fit better into the city landscape. But the internal space was not at all what you would expect to see in buildings of similar architecture. Instead of the expected loft or minimalism,…

The design of a wooden cottage has never been so vivid as in the last project of the Form bureau. However, nothing seems to portend a riot of colors in this country house in Suzdal, as the facade is designed in the traditional Russian style with beautiful artistic carvings and decor. But the designers decided…

The owners of this duplex some time ago bought an apartment in a residential complex that once housed a Soviet research institute. But when they heard that the apartment on the floor below is for sale, they decided to combine it with their own, turning it into a spacious two-story duplex – since technical standards…

In her new project, designer Elina Musakulova tried to combine the incongruous: a luxurious marble fireplace with pieces of furniture by IKEA, a hand-embroidered classic picture of the Chocolate Girl and minimalist drawings by Jean Cocteau. The apartment was originally of a classic character, but the designer managed to soften the space and make it…