APARTMENT INTERIOR BASED ON SPANISH ANTIQUES, RETRO LAMPS AND SUITCASES

May 14, 2014
Posted in Apartments

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Metric area: 120 m²
Ceiling height: 3.5 m

Valerie’s apartment was last face-lifted in 2007, but she started to live there only last September as a few years were spent studying abroad. By her coming back the interior was slightly changed in point of kitchen outlook and walk-in closet structure.

For the interior design Valerie hired a St. Petersburg designer and gallery owner Maxim Languev. He’s famous in the highest quarter of the northern capital for such public projects as restaurant interiors of Le Borshch, De Facto and Winter Bar.

At every step in this house one can face things with a history. Pieces of furniture were gradually and carefully collected in antique shops and flea markets of Spain and St. Petersburg.

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With the master’s passion for home parties in mind the kitchen was made open to the lounge zone. The couch and kitchen set were custom-made in St. Petersburg. Spanish marble slab serves as a dining table and may seat up to 10 persons. A desk in the bedroom is a special pride of the owners, which also arrived from Spain. An eye-catching zest of the lodging is a big number of suitcases. They are used for both storage and decorative purposes. A green grill is a friends’ gift.

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