This apartment is located in Moscow. The décor is quite suggestive. There are numerous elements that allow us to place in that particular region of the globe. But there are also plenty of details that make it unique. The apartment was a project by Kirill Isomin. The main goal was to create a pleasant, cheerful and inviting home for a family with two children.
The apartment was organized in a way that allows it to take advantage of the sun and the orientation of the windows. The rooms are filled with light and, when this wasn’t possible, the designer used the lack of abundant light in his favor. Beautiful contrasts were created. Some rooms are light and serene while others have a more dramatic look. There’s a very interesting balance between these two directions. The color palette is very interesting.
The apartment features a multitude of colors. Most of them are fresh and dynamic. It’s very interesting how these colors were combined and the way they complement each other. Strong tones are combined with neutrals such as white or beige. There are many accent pieces in each room and they don’t always follow the same theme. It’s also very interesting the way several very strong colors get to work together and to form a balanced mix. I particularly enjoy the green and purple combination but there are many others that are eye-catching.