Restrained Oriental flavor
The owners of this apartment liked the oriental style, but did not want to overload the interior with an abundance of colors, heavy curtains and decorative elements. It was necessary to create the most lightweight space.
The apartment in a five-story Stalin-era building with high ceilings did not have load-bearing walls, which opened up great scope for creativity and made it possible to form a central room where you can receive guests, organize noisy feasts or spend quiet evenings. The living room was placed in the immediate vicinity of the hall, which made it possible to isolate personal space and made this zone a central place in the house. A glass partition was erected between the living room and the kitchen, which does not burden the space and at the same time serves as a barrier to the penetration of odors during cooking. The dining table is located in the kitchen, but if desired, it can be laid out and rotated 180 degrees by moving the glass partitions.
Carpet company Cucumbers brought from India. Each flower is connected separately, and then sewn with others in a single composition.
Soft ocher-beige and turquoise shades, light ornamental patterns and airy textiles prevail everywhere.
To visually expand the small hall, two tricks were used - light wallpapers and large mirrors of the wardrobe in the entire wall.
The wallpaper ornament has become an element uniting the style of the apartment, and the bright red stripes have brought a special touch to the interior and dynamics. Partitions with sandblasted glass patterns, which separated the work area and the bedroom, became an exquisite decorative element, to save space and add light to the bedroom.
The protruding crossbar was defeated by placing it in a light box and lowering part of the ceiling. Velcro drapes the ceiling of the bedroom