When design studio INART started to work on this house in the suburbs of Moscow, they had to deal with an unfinished two-story building with a complex arcuate facade, in which there was not a single room will all walls paralleled. Unique and unusual architecture predetermined the future look of the home – interiors, in the end, turned out to be eclectic and one of a kind, with brutal yet elegant character. Amazing!
In this project everything was right from the very beginning: the couple asked TS Design studio to create a home that would perfectly blend into the local nature without cutting down a single tree. The designers managed to create a modern wooden house with a light countryside mood and cozy interiors without lots of textures. There was also a place for some original solutions, such as chanterelles prints in the living room and cool chevron floor on the terrace. Great project!
Architect Pavel Zheleznov has designed this beautiful wooden cottage and filled it with style and charm. The house is located near Moscow, Russia, and serves as a home for the family of five. Great project!
In the small town of Krasnogorsk, which is only 30 minutes from Moscow downtown, there is such a wonderful French oasis in Russia. Stepping inside this beautiful house, you immediately feel yourself like being somewhere in the French countryside: the interiors are decorated in the spirit of classical French mansions, where antiques, old furniture and wonderful accessories dominate. There are a lot of interesting corners here, each room has a lot of secrets and surprises. Enjoy!
If we were not told that this incredibly cozy country cottage with a red facade is located in the village of Kratovo near Moscow, Russia, we would have no doubt that it is in Sweden or Norway. House owner Anna has a long-standing love for the Scandinavian design and admires Norwegian red cottages with white windows, so she decided to renovate her old cottage in the northern style. The interiors are very soulful and cozy, with floral wallpapers, old family furniture and new pieces of decor. Adorable home!
Here we have a nice example of a small apartment with an unusual layout in Moscow designed by Evgenia Ostrovskaya. The main feature of this interior is a kitchen without windows, which still has enough light to be cozy and comfortable thanks to the connection with the main living area. The deep blue walls in the bedroom is a bold but cool decision that makes the room really unique. Great job!
The owners always dreamt about not a regular country house, but a real farmstead and recently their dream came true. Now the have a beautiful modern estate in the midst of birch grove with a large main house, bath, SPA center, guest house and a small farm with ducks and quails. Designer Zhenya Zhdanova decorated interiors and did really a great job!
This cottage near Moscow city is a traditional Russian type of weekend homes called Dacha. Designer Olga Amlinskaya has put a lot of style and charm to interiors by adding elegant furniture and a lot of interesting decor. Enjoy!
Just imagine, this modern lake house in Moscow region was built in only 10 days! But it’s not a usual house – it’s a modular cottage all parts of which were manufactured separately by DublDom and then transferred to the site. In addition, the cost of construction is relatively low as simple and affordable materials was used. Awesome project!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Дизайнер Владислава Гравчикова одинаково прекрасно оформляет как очень маленькие квартиры, так и просторные загородные дома. И сегодня как раз речь о ее свежем проекте – красивом доме для большой семьи в Подмосковье. Заказчики особых ограничений не ставили, хотели лишь “легкий интерьер с элементами классики”. Получилось здорово!