This small apartment of 50 sqm in Odesa, Ukraine, was originally designed for rent, therefore, minimalism and practicality here came to the fore. There are only the most necessary items and almost no decor in this home. But, the main feature is, of course, a glass cube where the private bedroom hid. Simple and great solution!
Irina Sazonova believes that inside every woman there is a little girl who at the end of a difficult day, returning home, wants to take a break from adult life, relax on a swing, paint with chalk. The designer tried to realize this idea in the charming airy apartment of 43 sqm located in Kyiv, Ukraine. The abundance of white, pastel pink accents, beautiful floral wallpaper in the bedroom and a romantic hanging chair – here you can just stay young and carefree. Great home!
The owners of this big modern apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine, a young family with children love art in different forms, especially they are fond of music and reading. Therefore, books, paintings, and acoustics have become the main actors of this home, that is full of space and color. Another beautiful work of designer Natalia Oleksienko!
We fell in love with designer Alena Makagon work after her project of a white Paris-inspired apartment that we posted some days ago. Today we want to share another space by Alena, which showcases not only her great talent and sense of style but also wonderful work with the color. This spacious modern apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine, features an unusual color scheme, as well as plenty of fine details. Wonderful design!
The word “cool” sometimes can have a negative meaning, but in this modern Kiev apartment the cool color scheme is admirable. In a compartment with a lot of daylight, such a gray-blue wall shade in the living room looks very stylish and fresh. And the general distribution of space here is great – the awesome glass wall perfectly increases the room size visually. Excellent project by studio Materia174!
Designer Alena Makagon managed to create the atmosphere of modern Paris apartments in her recently completed project in Kyiv, Ukraine. Chevron floors, stucco, white walls and ceiling, French windows, tasty details – everything here is in its place and it’s easy to believe that you are in Paris. Great design!
Minimalist design can be cold and boring, but there cases when minimalism turns out to be stylish, elegant and interesting – just like in the new project by Ukrainian studio Nott Design. Designers managed to find the perfect mix of marble, wood, concrete and brass for the modern apartment in the city of Dnipro, Ukraine. The space is also well-planned: there is a public zone with open living and kitchen, and private area with two bedrooms. Great job!
Designer Elena Zabelina says this modern apartment in Kharkiv, Ukraine, was designed and completed in record short time of only three months. The reason for this was the client who knew exactly what he wanted for his future home, even the smallest feature. The interiors are minimal and clean with an accent on large panoramic windows and amazing living wall. Great modern living!
Neutral gray and pastel tones are very popular nowadays and many designers are good in using it. But creating a cool and unique palette with bold saturated colors really requires special skills and talent. Designer Elena Fateeva used unusual green for decorating interiors in this smart apartment for one in Kyiv and managed to deliver very stylish and memorable modern space. Great project!
“Home is a reflection of its owner’s lifestyle” – this phrase ideally describes cool modern apartment for a young family in Kyiv, Ukraine. When you see these clean lines, contrast scheme, minimalistic decor and authentic pixel wall you can easily guess the owners has something to do with IT industry. And that is all true: the owners are two young and talented IT specialists that asked designer Dmitriy Grinevich to decorate their newly purchased apartment. Let’s have a look what they got in the end!