Kate Hume glass decorations for an apartment in Moscow

Big empty spaces are a real challenge for interior designers, so a huge five room apartment in Moscow was a God sent gift for Kate Hume, a very talented designer. But Kate has a special feature that she uses while decorating the interior of different houses and that is glass artistry. She can make beautiful glass works that she uses afterwords for giving a personal touch to a home’s interior design. The Russians are famous for being exquisite art lovers, so Kate Hume could use her talent at a maximum.

All rooms are designed to be both beautiful and welcoming, feeling a cosy feeling of being welcomed when you only look at them. The high ceilings of the house allowed the designer to use intricate and elegant hanging chandeliers which make the rooms look like old ball rooms. The nice and delicate candle holders, the transparent or colored vases, the artistic glass ornaments, all bring the feminine and artistic personal touch of Kate Hume and show her as a true professional.

The bedside lamps or all those glass objects that look forgotten on the table by mistake are the things that catch your look instantly not because they look out of place or too much, but because they look so natural there, as if that was their normal place, the usual place where they reign, casting a royal look on the other things in the room. Simply wonderful.



Published by in Apartments, on December 10th, 2010

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