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Top 5 best houses and interiors in April - etk-fashion.com

Most Popular Homes and Interiors April toversions of readers of the site etk-fashion.com. The most original, interesting and discussed buildings and layouts are in our traditional material April is traditionally the month when public attention is focused on exhibitions and novelties, and houses and interiors become secondary. But they are still interesting, and we were able to find five projects that are radically different from each other. And their location allows us to assert with full confidence that the selection of the best for the month is becoming multinational. Scandinavian Style Moscow Two-Bedroom Apartment Clean, bright and lovely - this two-room Moscow apartment, made by interior designer Stepan Bugaev, proves that Scandinavian style can be versatile. A musician and a journalist live here, so the budget for the design was strictly determined, and the Nordic cosiness shared the space with the style of the 50-60s. It turned out really interesting. Two-part apartment that surprised the editorial officeTo say that we are surprised is to say nothing. By combining two London apartments into one, Italian designer Teresa Sapey was able to combine both the aesthetics of the 19th century (when the house was built) and modern style, especially for which branded furniture and accessories were selected. But a clear division of zones is still present - due to well-placed accents and non-standard color solutions. One-bedroom apartment in Kazan for fansbeautiful things The owners of this apartment in Kazan began repairs on their own, but the result would not have been so harmonious if not for the help of the decorator Diana Mukhtarova. As a result, optical illusions in the form of imitation of stains on silk ribbons and the Art Deco style began to coexist here, and the items selected by the customers were ideally located where they, as it turned out, belong. How to make a loft out of an ordinary kopeck piece:example from Moscow Another Moscow apartment, which, with a very small area - only 53 square meters - resembles in all its appearance some kind of Parisian loft. Architectural bureau Edifico faced an unusual request from a customer who wanted a design renovation that would not be visible to the designer's work. Was it successful? Definitely yes. An unusual example of remodeling a country houseYou can't live without houses, and we have one interesting one. After the renovation, this building began to look completely different, and nature penetrated inside so rapidly that the interiors seem to be absolutely inseparable from the external surroundings. The architect played enough with contrasts and combined several styles at once and even two different roofs, but at the first glance at the house this is not at all visible. And well, so calmer.

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