The apartment is located in Moscow, Stalin house and interior created by designer Varvara Zeleneckaja (Варвара Зеленецкая). It was originally a small apartment with three separate rooms with total living area of 56 square meters that turned into a cozy studio space with combined kitchen-living room. With minimal resources appeared calm European interior design with elements of neoclassicism.
The apartment was designed for a very busy customer with good European taste. He wanted the European interior design which would have the neutral color palette where to relax and forget about everyday worries. Therefore, wall color was chosen neutral gray for all rooms. It’s visually expand the space and is perfect background for any accessories. As designer claimed, basic plan of the apartment was not changed. Was tore down walls between the kitchen and living room making studio that resulted in a wider and at the same time cozier space. Enjoy the result!