Minimalist open space apartment in Moscow
This is the kind of apartment perfect for a successful businessman who travels a lot and when he gets back home he wants to find a simple and clean space where he can rest. This dwelling is situated in Moscow, in a residential complex named “Welton Park” and it is decorated by Alexandra Fedorova using mostly monochromatic colors and warm accents of wood.
The living room is very simple; the main piece of furniture is that big and comfortable beige sofa facing a big flat screen TV suspended on the wall and in the back we can see a small kitchen with a round, minimalist dining table for two persons and simple furniture in dark tones. To let the light in, the windows weren’t hidden behind some dark, thick curtains, but they were emphasized by some white silk curtains which also create a warm, romantic atmosphere.
The bedroom is slightly different because the colors were changed a bit. This room is decorated in a more sober style, perfect for a serious gentleman who loves a practical but elegant house. In the middle there is a large bed facing a minimalist table and also a flat screen TV, and in the left corner of the room we can see a mini table and a directorial chair if the owner has to work something on the computer. The only decoration we can see here is that minimalist black and white painting above the bed which gives the room more personality and charm.