Thanks to the professionalism and talent of Maria Green, this small apartment in a Soviet-built building located on Nakhimovsky Prospekt has begun a new life. The redevelopment completely changed the interior, and made it possible to create a space for living, unique in aesthetics and convenience, intended for a modern young girl. Large-format materials helped to scale the situation: porcelain stoneware (the seams between the slabs are almost invisible!) And an engineered board 40 cm wide.
Intrigue in this project is in the possibility of transformation and visual changes in the interior. The bedroom is hidden behind a sliding partition, the dining table easily changes its size, and the round mirrors on the wall at the head of the bed create an interesting optical illusion, adding depth to the space. Corrugated glass storage doors work on the same idea.
Since the interior is decorated in the style of postmodernism, the characteristic pastel colors have been chosen for it with elegant golden accents. At the same time, Maria offered two color solutions: milk-cream with powdery and delicate turquoise details and refreshing blue and white.