One of the best projects completed in 2021 is this apartment that we will see today.
The apartment is 160sqm located in Moscow, in a new residential complex, near Petrovsky park.
It is an finalize project covering some of the most important trends that we will see in the upcoming years.
The main goal of the project was to utilize the large windows located on two opposite ends of the house, in the best way.
As you can see from the floor plan, the main rooms (living room, kitchen and bedrooms) are located along the windows and the utility rooms (closet, laundry room and bathrooms) are at the center of the room, in the "dark zone".
With this design the natural light and the large size of the rooms were maintained as much as possible. In the right part of the apartment with its four windows facing the yard, the open plan living room-kitchen was installed, and the side overlooking the park was chosen for the bedrooms.
The common area of the apartment is divided into three zones: the living room, dining room and kitchen.
The kitchen is separated from other areas, with a modern sliding glass partition, which helps maintain the sense of a single space, but also seals the living room of cooking odors.
On the wall of the walking closet on the living room side, an impressive high-rise bookcase was created.
The way the low multifunctional sofa is set up, with its interesting design wins the attention in the living room.
Around the closet space passages were created between the rooms and interesting statement pieces were placed, such as the round marble table with a bronze base, combined with green chairs that are visible from the hall, a bench with a large round mirror is visible from the dining room and at the entrance of the apartment the sculpture becomes the main point of attraction.
In the bedrooms, as in the living room, the technique of extension of space and the maintenance of natural light was applied using a glass partition between the bedroom and the bathroom.
The interior is shaped and decorated, with a mixture of minimalist aesthetics and classic elements:
Wooden parquet with a classic herringbone shape, a natural dark stone that resembles a mosaic was chosen both for the floor of the corridor and for the bathrooms, modern art pieces in gold classic frames and decorative wooden panels around all the rooms.
The radiators are cleverly covered, placing slats in front of them, while at the same time the window sills turn into bench seats.
This house has it all! Green colors on the walls of the rooms, neutral shades in the living room, polymorphic furniture, natural stones, dark woods in furniture, a combination of black and gold details, curved shapes, modern colored bathware are some of the new interior design trends for 2022.