Its' lucky owners are from Saint-Petersburg but travel a lot to the capital for work and pleasure.
The flat was considered to be for temporary Moscow visits. Despite a classic spirit of Saint-Petersburg the clients are fond of minimalistic vibes. This way the idea of a spacious and gallery spirit space filled with art and design furniture arouse.
The initial layout of the flat was free, which gave us a carte blanche to organize the space for our client’s needs. As a result, we got a spacious living-kitchen area, a guest bathroom and a master bedroom block including a wardrobe and bathroom.
A color palette is mainly monochrome based on the shades of grey used in the different textures. For the kitchen by “Bulthaup” we mixed metal, glass and fenix finishes. The dining area is represented by “Desalto” table and “Cassina” chairs. The living room area has an integrated fireplace which base is covered with a gorgeous grey marble. For the lounge area, we chose a sofa by “Flexform”, “B&B Italia chair and “Baxter” coffee tables. Doors and wardrobe in the hallway are from “Rimadesio” made in steel and glass finish.
The bedroom interior is created in an asymmetric composition with a portal covered with decorative plaster on a left side mixed with classic stucco on the other walls painted in light grey. For the furniture, we chose “Poliform” brand.
Describing this apartment interior, we should mention a lighting design as well. The main lighting scenarios are made by “Flos” brand, as well as decorative lamps are chosen from “Gabrielle Scott” and “Lee broom” brands.
Both bathroom interiors are decorated with gorgeous grey marble stone used in different finishes. The stylish sanitary items by “Cea”, “Falper” and “Agape” are implying on a very good design taste of our clients.