Beneath the sloping roof located two enormous axolight chandeliers that bring personality. Very high fireplace was made from grey granite charge the narrow space amongst the windows. Dark leather sofas difference with the oak floors. Mixture of Corian tops with glass fronts of cupboards create modern kitchen space with a lot of light getting through the windows. The toilet is made-up in red travertine also colored oak. All the complete materials which were used on the first level are also used on the second. There are two home cinema zones, the first one in the living room also the second in the master bedroom. A wooden oak staircase supervise to the adapted attic, which helped escalate the area of the house with supplementary 80 square meters. [Information be prepared via e-mail by Roland Stanczyk and Photos from Tomasz Markowski]
The second home, from designer Alexey Stepanov, is an open floorplan apartment in the city of Dnepropetrovsk, designed for a young, active couple. The kitchen is actually quite spacious for an apartment of just 48 square meters (516 square feet) and is situated directly behind a compact living room that still includes all the necessary comforts. A countertop functions as a cooking prep area as well as a dining space while a small gray sofa is just enough for a pair of lovebirds. The oversized aquarium is an important piece of this design, reflecting the personalities and preferences of the home’s inhabitants while bringing movement and color to the space. In the bedroom, storage is key. With shelving built into the custom bed frame as well as tall bookshelves and a long narrow console under the television, there are plenty of places to hide away those daily accessories that don’t need to be on display. The final space is a minimalist apartment designed for a bachelor with unique specifications. According to the designers, one of the most interesting options given by the occupant was that there was no need for a traditional television and sofa setup, which opened up the possibilities in this tiny space.
The first studio apartment is located in the Russian city of Surgat and is home to a young family. The apartment measures 46 square meters (495 square feet) and does an excellent job of celebrating this family’s love for creativity and art. Though the kitchen and living room are directly adjacent, a pretty and creative room divider helps to separate the space without cutting anything off or interrupting the flow. The Mondrian–inspired accent wall actually manages to camouflage the television, while bringing a lot of color to the home. A bed for the parents and a crib are snugly packed into the tiny bedroom. It may not be a long term solution for a growing child, but it is perfect for the intimate and brief span of childhood. The designer even manages to incorporate a home office space, where natural light floods in and a cozy desk nook is free from distraction or clutter.
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