All posts with tag:St. Petersburg

The first photo can be easily confusing – the red facade and white window frames of this lovely cottage seem to welcome us in the Swedish countryside. But no, everything is much closer and dearer – this is a wonderful country house on the outskirts of St. Petersburg. It belongs to the designer Aida Beglova,…

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,…

When designer Tatyana Snezhkina started working on the project of this apartment in the center of St. Petersburg, the unit was a typical unattractive communal flat in old housing stock. This was absolutely dissonant with the building itself, which is an architectural monument and a real gem of the city. Therefore, the main task was…