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Apartment in the "Stalinka": interior in the style of the 50's

There are more and more questions about how to createinterior in the spirit of the middle of the last century. We found a real and very stylish example in Moscow. Everything new is well forgotten old. That is why the owners of this apartment in a Stalinist house, an elderly couple, wanted to create in it the atmosphere of the 50-60s of the XX century. Experts from the design bureau "Design Point" took up the task with all their inspiration. The result was simply amazing! Related articles Stepan Bugaev, art director of the design studio "Tochka dizajna" Currently he is developing the Tochka dizajna design studio. In addition to creating private interiors, he collaborates with leading Russian developers. She is a teacher at the School of Design at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, teaches the author's course “Interior Design. Rules for creating a successful project ”. She gives open lectures on interior design and writes articles for leading interior magazines and portals. In the past, he was a co-founder of the Pobeda Design studio. Ranked in the top 100 of the best designers, according to AD magazine. Polina Shevtsova, interior designer She graduated from RUDN University with a degree in Social and Differential Psychology and from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration with a degree in Environmental Design. Works as an interior designer at the Tochka Design Bureau. He believes that not only the customer, but the very space of the apartment and its location can help in creating the future interior. Initially, the apartment was standardly divided into separate rooms, each of which had a window and one bay window. The owners wanted to have an interior in which their favorite furniture would look organic, and a large living room with a soft area, where it would be convenient to receive guests. To accomplish this, the designers left only the bedroom and bathroom isolated, but expanded them a little. And the kitchen was given a small space, and during cooking it is fenced off with a glass partition. In the living room, the wall with the TV separates the hallway,And on the other wall in the built-in structure there is a library. Designers did not want to clutter the middle of the room, so the lamp was hung next to the sofa, so it does not obstruct the view, but if desired, its location can be changed. In the same room, a dining area was placed, in the bay window - this is a famous, always a winning option. The kitchen turned out to be small, but the lack of topCabinets and a neutral shade of facades make it visually wider, and all kitchen utensils could be placed in the lower cabinets. The kitchen has a large window, and light enters through the glass door and into the common area. Thus, not only the kitchen, but the whole apartment is filled with lightness and a sense of spaciousness, so that there will be no one close here. The main detail in the bedroom is realSoviet linen chest of drawers of the 50s. The designers have tried to make the bed consistent with his style. But the bedside bench and table, according to the specialists' plan, should not attract too much attention, so they were made of thin metal tubes. From the Soviet past, sockets and stucco moldings remained in the apartment, and to emphasize the retro spirit, the walls were decorated with sketches-reproductions of the artist Alexander Deineka with sports and dance motives. They decided not to make the bedroom unnecessary in order to maintain a sense of spaciousness, so they organized a large dressing room behind a separate door. Spacious bathroom, where it was possible to place a shower,a bathtub, two washbasins, a toilet bowl and a laundry area - this is the embodiment of all the main trends of retro style. There is a freestanding bathtub on legs - a rarity of the Soviet times, and painted walls, and a checkerboard tile, and a cast-iron radiator, which they did not hide. Related Articles

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