Charming Apartment In Moscow
Here’s a one bedroom apartment at the top of one of the Towers in Moscow city. It has a beautiful contemporary design and a lot of natural materials were used including the oak wood ceiling and floor. Come along as we take a close look the different parts of this attractive apartment.
Living Room: The living room has a nice color palette that consists of shades of brown and white. Blue is used as an accent color. You can see the big white sofa and several white throw pillows. A brown polished centerpiece blends with the color of the ceiling and floor. From this living room, you can look through the large panoramic windows and see a scenic view of the cosmopolitan city of Moscow.
Kitchen and Dining Area: The kitchen has brilliant white cabinetry. The white wall cabinet forms a nice contrast with the brown mosaic tiles on the wall. The white kitchen island also serves a kitchen bar table. The small white dining table surrounded by 4 white chairs can conveniently provide sitting for a couple and two guests as they eat and enjoy a beautiful view of the city.
Guest Bathroom: The guest bathroom is located inside the living room next to the dressing room. It has elegant marble tiles on the walls and the floor. It is so beautifully designed that when you get in, you won’t want to come out in a hurry.
Bedroom: The only wall in the entire apartment separates the living room from the bedroom. The bed is covered with white sheets and a white blanket that blends with a white headboard. The white ceiling and brown closet conforms to the color palette used in the living room. An elegant chandelier hangs above the bed. Part of the separating wall is covered with glass so you can see into the bedroom from the living room.
Dressing Room: The dressing room has several shelves, drawers and fixtures for hanging clothes, shoes, bags and several other items. It helps the occupant to keep the entire apartment tidy and free of clutter.
Now, it’s your turn to talk about this beautiful apartment. What do you like about the design? Which parts of it will you like to modify? Does the design spark off any creative ideas? Please leave a comment and share your thoughts. Thanks.
Images: The Village