I was surprised by the fact that this apartment is situated in Moscow.
I was surprised by the fact that this apartment is situated in Moscow. I would have never thought about this because it reminds me the interiors that are situated in Scandinavia. As far as I find different styles here, I call it simply eclectic, however, a mid-century impact is brightly felt as well as the fact that the building was built 1958. In addition, 3,15-metre-high ceiling is also the mark of old construction apartments.
Even though kitchen cabinets are black, the white and the red brick walls and a lightly looking dining table with different chairs don’t overload the common view. Probably that’s also because cabinets don't reach the up of the ceiling. And for what are they needed there? The ceiling high is pretty high.
There’s also a lot of the colour black in the corridor and in the guestroom but it doesn’t make a negative impact again. As a contrast to a heavy colour, the TV wall in a guestroom looks quite light. No heavy shelves or cabinets. Plants, as always, brought the life and a red carpet and blue guitar brought nice accents.
Mid-century style impact is mostly felt in a bedroom. Maybe the work zone reminds the view seen at school (at least in my country) but it doesn’t disturb the interior for me, vice versa – it perfectly fits when you know the location and the years of the building. The colour black boasts here again and the bright blue accompanies it.
Now it’s not usual to see the separate rooms for the toilet and for the bathroom but indeed earlier the premises were always separate for them both. From the corridor one can obviously see that the composition of photos in golden frames became the main focus.
The bathroom is breathing Scandinavian as well as industrial styles. It’s interesting that for the toilet and entrance hall floor (the part of it is very well seen in some photos) a dynamic hexagon tiles are used, while in the bathroom we see the calmer ones. It was only very strange for me that in a shower zone it was passed to a completely different tile design – it seems that they don’t match with the common context, however, everything else, in my opinion, is very stylish, contemporary but not so distant to Soviet times.
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