The Petrovsky Park residence is compact, but it creates extra space by opting for an interior with a calm foundation. Small but beautiful, that is how we would describe this residence. This project is therefore an excellent opportunity to get inspiration for giving smaller surfaces a calming interior.
This apartment is in Moscow, Russia, dates from 2021 and has an area of 45 square metres. Naturally, this is on the small side, but that does not mean that the interior design cannot inspire us. On the contrary, there is a lot to be learned from interiors that manage to turn a compact space into an oasis without creating an oppressive or restless feeling. This project was designed by Maria Shevrina and visualised by Sreda Viktoriya. Both women have a minimalist style and were logically able to achieve a productive collaboration. The apartment is located in a residential complex called Petrovsky Park.
A calm minimalist style was chosen as the basis, with warm white tones and a lot of wood in the walls.
The client in question is active as a fashion designer and is fascinated by stylish lighting. Because of this, her request was to design a residence that contained as many beautiful lamps as possible. A calm minimalist style was chosen as the basis, with warm white tones and a lot of wood in the walls. Wood was also used in the floor, more specifically in a fishbone pattern. The bed is positioned extremely low to the floor, which in combination with the material creates a cosy and relaxed atmosphere. In the living area, the kitchen and living room flow into one another.
Despite the limited space, the furniture has simple lines that prevent the various pieces from standing together too bombastically. For example, the interior includes chairs by Wassily and Pierre Jeanneret. As for the bathroom and kitchen, everything is finished in white. In the bathroom, light and oblong tiles were also placed, which adds to the height of the space. This gives the limited space a calming aspect and makes it look a bit larger. In addition, there is a large mirror in the hall, which adds to the illusion of space. In addition, green accents in the form of plants can be found here and there throughout the apartment. Small homes are clearly not inferior in terms of furnishings and style. Moreover, they are often an excellent opportunity to be creative with limited spaces, and on top of that, they are automatically extremely cosy and comfortable.
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Visualisations by Sreda Viktoriya