Interior designer Julia Mostovschikova from Omsk, Russia created a bedroom in a spacious apartment in Moscow, drawing inspiration from nature. The sandy colours she used, are common to many of her projects and also come to their own here. Julia drew inspiration from a mix of Mediterranean, Scandinavian and Japanese influences for this design.
Because she wanted to show the beauty of natural materials, she also used light wood, beige colours, pleasant fabrics and plants. In addition, she worked with a light parquet for the floor and used a decorative plaster with an imitation of concrete. The biggest light source are the built-in plaster lamps. There are also hanging lamps next to the bed that illuminate the room atmospherically and a small lamp on the table next to the armchair.
The bedroom has high ceilings with large, curved windows, allowing an abundance of sunlight to illuminate the room.
The bedroom has high ceilings with large, curved windows, allowing an abundance of sunlight to illuminate the room. Moreover, the room is divided into two parts by a large, wooden dressing room. Behind this is a walk-in dressing with room for an additional bedroom unit and extra storage space. This project shows how different influences can lead to a balanced whole. The design combines the best aspects of these influences and inspirations. Want to get enchanted by more impressive projects and inspiring architecture? Be sure to follow us on Instagram on the account Imagicasa Architecture. On this page, we will share unique realisations, promising designs and innovative ideas daily.
Images courtesy of Julia Mostovschikova