All posts with tag:Kyiv

The owners of this spacious modern apartment in the heart of Kyiv, Ukraine, were not afraid of designer’s experiments with color, so in the interiors we can see colorful splashes and bold combinations. Designer Nadezhda Chabannaya used the color blocking technique, which implies that bright colors are not just as small accents, but occupy a…

Ukrainian designer Elena Fateeva loves working with small homes and regards such projects as an interesting puzzle for personal development. And she really good in this- several of her works received awards at the international level (remember at least this Green apartment). Today we have another S-size home by Elena – a rental apartment in…

An apartment with a front garden was purchased by Yana Molodykh quite spontaneously and mainly thanks to her cat Masyana – the landlord of the previous rented flat was against pets, so the designer decided to urgently buy her own home. The location on the first floor and own entrance gave a lot of advantages…

Limited budget, but almost complete freedom of action – designer Evgenia Dubrovskaya had to quickly decorate a stylish rental apartment in Kyiv for Airbnb. In such cases, Ikea usually comes to the rescue, especially since the clients also like the Scandinavian aesthetics. At the same time, there was a place for an item by local…

The owner of this apartment lived in Berlin for some time but recently decided to return to Kyiv and bought an apartment in the Stalin era house in one of the central districts of the city. Having a great passion for retro furniture from the USSR and Germany, she decided to restore all possible architectural…

The owners of this apartment in the downtown of Kyiv, Ukraine, invited designer Elena Petrescu to create a comfy space for rent, but an important condition was to create a home to the taste of the client – they planned to move here to live later. The apartment is located in a beautiful pre-revolutionary building…

The main idea of the project of this very small one-bedroom apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine, was to experiment with bright colors, and designer Nata Kuts actually named this home “Color play”. All sorts of delicate pastel shades in the decor are perfectly combined with painted concrete surfaces and a beautifully saturated kitchen. Despite the limited…