In this beautiful contemporary apartment in Moscow, designer Ekaterina Lashmanova used different patterns, textures, materials and colours like gold, red, blue, marble and even a 3D floor. Yet she managed to balance everything perfectly to create one stylish whole.
Russian interior designer Ekaterina Lashmanova is known for her refined style and eye for detail. She confirms this recognition once again with this beautiful luxury apartment in the Russian capital. The design of this abode is certainly daring, yet elegant and sophisticated.
An extensive colour palette, golden details and contemporary lines.
Lashmanova has a great passion and admiration for Portuguese design and was inspired by it. We recognise the typical classic accents with an extensive colour palette, golden details and contemporary lines. The 3D floor tiles used in almost the entire house are a unique element that fits surprisingly well with the rest of the interior. For many of the golden furniture and details, pieces of Boco do Lobo have been used. For example, we recognise the 'Wave Gold' coffeetable in the living room. Slightly softer colours were used in the bedroom than in the living room and kitchen. This is a place to completely unwind in an oasis of beige tones that perfectly match the floor. The dressing is again a little more daring and was dressed in pink colours and golden details. The bathroom may have a sober colour palette of white and grey, but it certainly feels as detailed and luxurious as the rest of the apartment thanks to the golden elements, bold wallpaper and beautiful lighting. You'll find, among other things, the 'Burj' lamps from Luxxu.
The apartment has been decorated luxuriously, but is also liveable and cosy.
The apartment has been decorated luxuriously, but is also liveable and cosy since it was designed for a young family. The whole is modern, and thanks to the classic details, Lashmanova created a sophisticated, timeless and above all unexpected design.
All Images Courtesy of Boca Do Lobo & Ekaterina Lashmanova