A formal living room and classic moldings in the interior of a spacious apartment

Often the first successful project that designers create for customers becomes the starting point for further cooperation. The preferences of the owners of this apartment completely coincided with the tastes of Inna Myers: at first the interior was conceived as modern, but the architecture of the residential complex and elegant windows favored the use of classical elements. The family travels a lot and lives in several countries, so I wanted to make the space multifunctional.

Author: Inna Myers
Style: Katerina Naumova
Area: 228m2 ( 2454 sq.ft.)
Photo: Sergey Ananyev

The developer’s layout turned out to be successful: the designers only adjusted the boundaries of the bathrooms and allocated a laundry room. The abundance of windows made it possible to freely place private rooms, but the key request of the clients was a large kitchen-living room. As a result, the public space occupied a room of one hundred square meters. Thanks to graphic partitions, the dining room and cooking area can be isolated or connected to a huge relaxation area. The “heart” of the house was a solemn soft group with a FlexForm corner sofa and massive B&B Italia armchairs in bouclé upholstery. The TV area here stretches along a long wall: it hides a storage system, and a combination of tinted glass, veneer and ceramics masks its volume. For joint lunches, the project includes a Neopolis Casa wooden table – Inna Myers searched for it for a long time based on the wishes of customers. For quick breakfasts, a console table built into a free-standing island is better suited. The work surface and household appliances are hidden behind the Rientrante sliding system. The final touch to the bright space with stucco and brass lamps were black horizontal blinds. The team decided to place the bedrooms with adjacent bathrooms on the left half of the apartment. The master block is represented by a spacious room, which is connected to the bathroom through a dressing room. The Vibia pendants around the Miniotti bed resemble wide woven fabrics that diffuse light. The children’s room is designed for growth – the designers did not install heavy cabinets with drawers, replacing them with bedside tables. La Faenza porcelain tiles with an active pattern appeared in the children’s bathroom. Hidden lighting above the bathroom and behind the mirror helped to completely eliminate overhead light.

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