The cold Russian winter screams for a warm home where, in addition to having a pleasant temperature, the decoration transmits life and energy.
And is that facing several months below zero is not pleasant for anyone, much less for this young family with a child, who wanted above all that his house conveyed the same joy that they can boast.
The interior design project that addressed the 120 square meters of the apartment, at the hands of decorator Ivan PozdnyakovHe opted to fill each space with light and color, under a clearly contemporary style that surprises with its originality, since the vivid tones are ingeniously combined with geometric patterns such as rhombuses or triangles, and blocks of color.Related content An apartment reinvented with color and modernity
The kitchen has a large work surface. All appliances are integrated in the right column.Alexander Volodin Table Moon from Aero; chairs Alchemia from Connubia. Alexander Volodin
"They wanted above all that their house convey the same joy that they can boast."Ceiling light Slope from Skrivo Design. Alexander Volodin Tiles Tex from Mutina. Alexander Volodin
To make the decoration elements stand out even more, the walls were painted in neutral colors such as white and gray, along with the floor-to-ceiling doors, as a way of integrating the environments.
The house is distributed in a large living room with integrated kitchen, a bedroom with dressing room, a room for the little one, and two bathrooms.
Nordic air furniture mixes design with comfort, being the protagonist of the living room the Samsung TV: being off, instead of staying with the black screen, projects works of art.Related content The sun always shines in this apartment SK Design coffee table. Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin
The wooden columns separate the living room from the bathroom.Alexander Volodin
In the master bedroom, next to the headboard, a door decorated in the same tones as the rest of the room accesses the dressing room.Related content Boxed bedrooms: The latest in 'open concept' Ceiling light Dent from Skrivo Design; desk lamp Bicoca by Christophe Mathieu Marset. Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Boråstapeter wallpaper; chair Alchemia of Connubia; Vitra bird figure. Alexander Volodin
The main bathroom was decorated with emphasis on tonal contrast.Related content 4 bathrooms, 4 styles ... And how to imitate your style Marazzi tiles; lamp North by Eva Marguerre + Marcel Besau E15. Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Tiles Tangram from Bardelli. Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin
In the children's bedroom, the bed is shaped like a tent. Accompanying the look, the wall was dressed evoking the mountain peaks, and the ceiling lamps represent several colored balloons.Related content 5 Ideas to set up a bedroom to your liking Ceiling light Memory by Boris Klimek Brokis; table lamps Bicoca by Christophe Mathieu Marset, and Ptolemy by Michele De Lucchi, Giancarlo Fassina ARTEMIDE; chair Alchemia of Connubia; bed Vox from Mebel; horse figure Rosinante from Eero Aarnio VONDOM. Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Alexander Volodin Ivan Pozdnyakov