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Designers of Lake and Walls studio in the project of this Moscow apartment presented a very stylish example of modern classics for people who love traditional interiors but also follow the latest design trends. The beautiful shade of blue was chosen as the main in decor, and together with classic moldings, walls of this color…

In this small studio apartment in Moscow, designers of Studio 8 chose a muted color scheme with almost no bright accents, and they describe the mood in this home as ‘the morning on the North Sea with a cup of tea.’ The owner bought an apartment for rent, but he assumed that some when he…

Sometimes a bold eclectic interior can be achieved not with the help of vivid colors, but thanks to a mix of unusual textures and prints. It is not so easy to do this successfully, but the designers of Sunday 12 studio did their best and presented an interesting two-room apartment project in one of the…

3 levels, wooden ceiling beams, and real fireplace – you probably thought that we are talking about a spacious wooden cottage, or perhaps even a mountain chalet. But no, this is a townhouse almost in the very center of Moscow. The fact is that the housing is located in a former garage building, which provided…

Homes such as this are already becoming the rule of good style in the design of housing, which is located in a historic building. Designer Olga Kondratova, perhaps, was inspired by the aesthetics of Parisian homes, because in the interior of this apartment in a beautiful 19th-century building in the center of Vilnius we can…

If you have been following our blog for a long time, then you are definitely familiar with the work of the Russian decorator Katerina Lashmanova – we really love her interiors and have published Katerina’s projects many times. Therefore, with special pleasure today we share photos of her own home in the suburbs of Moscow….

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…