This apartment, located in Moscow, Russia, consists of 131 square meters and was designed by the architect Alekseem Rozenbergom. It has a non- traditional design where the three main areas—the living room, dining room and kitchen—are combined. Black arches predominate in its design and give it a dynamic and very personal touch.

Its design is characterized by a palette of gray and sober colors, in which the use of wood is also highlighted in the ceiling and the walls, as well as part of the furniture. There are also concrete walls that further accentuate the personal style of the decoration.

The furniture in brown leather fits in perfectly with the character reflected in the apartment.

Entrance marked by wood and gray tones
Living room in gray range and sofa in leather
Living room with wooden ceiling
Living room in gray range and sofa in leather
Living room in gray range and sofa in leather
Living room in gray range and sofa in leather
Living room with TV area
Living room with TV area
Wooden dining room
Living room seen from the kitchen

The children’s bedroom, with a bunk bed designed in the same wood and with textiles in vivid colors that give a touch of joy and life to a space dedicated to children. It also has a study area where a chair in bright colors complements the furniture in the room.

Children’s bedroom with bunk bed and textiles in striking colors
Children’s bedroom with bunk bed and textiles in striking colors

The decoration in the master bedroom is very similar, with abundant wood and where opaque and neutral tones fill the space Only the bed tuft, in a very light cream tone, deviates from this style.

Master bedroom with neutral tones
Master bedroom with neutral tones