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Usually, rental apartments are designed in neutral shades, so that housing does not frighten potential client who usually wants to add personality on their own. Designer Ksenia Kovaleva decided to go a little bolder when she designed this spacious apartment in Moscow (140 sqm), and introduced interesting pastel shades into the color scheme, leaving the…

Designer Vladimir Berezin did everything right – this small one-bedroom apartment in an old house in St. Petersburg needed such kind of design. Herringbone parquet as if in a Paris apartment, ceiling cornices emphasizing the height of the walls, unique wallpaper with moldings in the bedroom and white color – it turned out to be…

And although mountain peaks and snow-covered ski slopes do not open from the windows of this modern house in Moscow, Russia, designers of Buro2D still managed to recreate the atmosphere of an alpine chalet in its interiors. Abundance of wooden surfaces, stone walls, wood fireplace, calm natural fireplace – these are the main features of…

Sergiy Makhno is perhaps the most extraordinary and extravagant interior designer in Ukraine. One can admire his works, others can consider them weird, but one thing is certain – the interiors by this designer can not leave anyone indifferent. Sergiy has long admired Japanese culture, has been to this eastern country many times and believes…

This apartment in Moscow is closely connected with history and art. Firstly, it is located in a house built in 1908, which, as they say, was often visited by the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky, who lived nearby. Secondly, its owners are the family of an actor and a theater artist, who is fond of painting and…

Neatness, laconism, efficiency – interiors of this Moscow apartment reflects well the life values of the owner of the home, a modern business woman. If it were not for rare insertions of delicate pastel shades in some rooms, the design could well be called masculine. In general, the color scheme is calm and restrained, only…