A studio in a sky-scraper on Morisa Toreza prospect with Scandinavian finishing and Gzel collection

May 2, 2014
Posted in Apartments

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THE HOSTESS
Regina – an architect.

METRIC AREA
38 sq.m

NUMBER OF ROOMS
1

CEILING HEIGHT
2.7 m

Regina moved into her apartment about two years ago. There was no need to make the repair, because it was sold with Scandinavian finishing: perfectly even walls, light laminate, neat tile in the bathroom.

Several functional zones were arranged in the apartment in spite of a small area. The hostess rests on the balcony with a view of the city, receives guests at a large table in the kitchen (10 people can sit at it), and she works and reads near the window in the bedroom. Regina thought out the interior by herself. Most furniture was bought in Ikea. She also added antiques, mother’s Gzel, and presents from friends.

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Interior items were bought in Ikea not only because attractive price. The hostess wanted to furnish the apartment built by the Finnish company with Scandinavian furniture.

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Regina chose a folding couch for sleeping. When guests come the bedroom turns into the living-room.

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The panel pattern replicates curtains ornament.

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The working place had to be arranged in the bedroom because of a small apartment area.

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The hostess is proud of old photographs collection which fell to her from her great-grandmother.

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The chair at the toilet table was found in a Viennese store.

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A service with Gzel painting, presented by Regina’s mother, became the first detail of the kitchen. Deep blue color appeared in the interior due to it.

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Birds were found at a jumble market.

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The balcony with a view of the city is the hostess’ favorite resting place.

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A storeroom was also arranged on the balcony. Kits and tools are stored here.

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