Apartments up to 45 sq.m.

Design of a small apartment for a family with a child: a bedroom and a children's room in a one-room


Competently plan a space of 33square, manage to implement the project 2 months before the birth of the child and fulfill all the wishes of the customers - the project of this small odnushka became a real challenge for the designer Victoria Pashinskaya. And how she coped with it, we will tell in this material. Compact single rooms with an area of ​​20-30 squares are a great start for students and young couples, but when it comes to a family with a small child, it is much more difficult to correctly plan such an apartment. So the customers of this project - a young married couple awaiting replenishment - turned to the designer with a request to decorate the interior of their tiny one-room apartment with an area of ​​33 sq. m so that it was comfortable to live in and did not have to give up a full bed or a comfortable kitchen. Victoria Pashinskaya, designer Victoria is the founder and head of PV Design Studio. In 2011 she graduated from the Faculty of Interior Design of the Moscow State University of Art and Industry. Stroganov, and since 2012 is a member of the Moscow Designers' Union. Victoria's works are exhibited at art exhibitions in Russia, and are also published in various Russian and foreign publications. Participant of projects on TNT, MIR and other TV channels. Professional credo: “The success of any project consists of the ability to hear and understand the customer, a well-thought-out volumetric planning solution, adherence to the budget and an interesting plastic and color solution of the space”. Layout For small apartments, the correct layout is of decisive importance, and Victoria had to think it over in such a way as to solve several problems at once: create a recreation area with a full sleeping place, allocate a place for a child, organize a comfortable kitchen and provide for a sufficient number of storage systems. At the same time, it was not possible to make a radical redevelopment of the apartment. As a result, Victoria divided the space of the apartment into three zones: for parents, a child and meals, and also took into account the wishes of customers about soundproofing the bedroom. Design solutions To visually makeapartment is more spacious, Victoria used several classic techniques: light colors, glossy and mirrored surfaces, lightweight furniture of simple shapes. The basic colors of the interior are white, gray and beige, and the accents are shades of green and brown. Another problem of the apartment - low ceilings -decided the correct location of the built-in lighting and the color solution of the ceiling. And in the area of ​​the nursery on the walls are vertical strips, smoothly flowing to the ceiling, which also visually increase the height of the room. Kitchen The small kitchen was planned in such a way thatthat it managed to accommodate all the necessary equipment and a lot of storage systems. To save space, the dining group was placed by the window, turning the window sill into a table top. Under it, on the right, boxes were organized for additional storage. In the design of the kitchen, Victoria used a combination of different textures: the glossy surfaces here side by side with matte and overlap with chrome accessories. The room The interior of the living room was given a specialAttention. Soundproofing, which was a prerequisite for the customers, also influenced the footage, so creating a sense of spaciousness was especially important. The central place in the parental area was taken by a white double bed with soft upholstery, a TV area was located opposite, and by the window the designer organized a comfortable workplace, where you can do business and just read in the evening. It was decided to separate the children's zone from the restRoom space with light light curtains. A cot with a canopy, a comfortable chair for a mother and a changing table-chest of drawers with capacious drawers, opposite a closet, are located at the wall. Thinking over the design of a living room, Victoriatook care not only of beauty and functionality, but also about safety. All small things that are not intended for the baby are stored on shelves or in pendant lockers outside its reach, and the space and rooms and kitchens are completely safe for small disguises - there are no fragile structures in the interior, and storage systems are thought out so that the child accidentally does not take care of himself not overturned. Bathroom Order is very important for customersin the apartment, therefore, there are many storage systems in the bathroom: a wall cabinet for personal hygiene products, drawers under the sink for household chemicals. There was also enough room in the bathroom for a traditional bathtub with chrome taps and fittings. To the bathroom area of ​​3 square meters. m seemed more spacious, it was also designed in a fairly light color scheme, choosing for decoration a wood imitation tile of two different shades and white plumbing. Entrance hall As in the bathroom, for wall decoration inthe hallway used light wood-effect tiles: a practical and at the same time very cozy option. The main storage system is also located here - spacious built-in wardrobes with a dedicated compartment for storing things in order and quick accessibility. A chest of drawers with drawers and a mirror hid behind one of the cabinets, and to the left of the entrance door there is an open hanging hanger and a comfortable soft banquet, which also provides a storage space. In this interior were used: Entrance hall:

  • tiles - Vallelunga (Italy), collection Tabula.


  • lamp - Eglo (Austria);
  • headset and dining table made to order according to the designer's sketches;
  • dining chairs - shop "Life Mebel" (Russia), model DC-001.


  • bed - Ormatek (Russia), model Life 1 Box;
  • chair - shop "LifeMebel" (Russia), model DC-001;
  • ceiling lamp - St Luce (Italy);
  • spotlight - Eglo (Austria);
  • recessed rotary lamp - Arte Lamp (Italy), model Technika;
  • a changing chest of drawers - "Red Star" (Russia);
  • a cot - "Kubanlesstroy" (Russia);
  • seat with cushion-seat - IKEA (Sweden), model "FINNTORP / UPVIK";
  • doors - Sofia (Russia), collection Classic;
  • Wallpaper - Sanderson (UK), Maycott collection;
  • laminate for walls - Quick-Step (Belgium);
  • parquet board - Timberwise (Finland).


  • bath - Albert & Bayer (Germany);
  • sink - Valente (Germany), Inizio collection;
  • suspended toilet seat Villeroy & Boch (Germany), collection Architectura;
  • installation system for a suspended toilet - Geberit (Switzerland);
  • tiles - Vallelunga (Italy), collection Tabula.