Bold colours and patterns in a designer’s apartment in Moscow

Posted on Sun, 9 Jul 2017 by midcenturyjo

I had to share this bold apartment in Moscow I found yesterday on because I love when designers show creativity and take risks. Hats off to for having the guts to go all Lisanathan Adler-esque in her own space. All of the wild colours used throughout along with all the fabulous wallpapers and tile work make for some serious graphic, dramatic statements.

sandy says:

Well it definitely is not predictable!

Christina says:

this gives me a headache.

Christina says:

this gives me a headache.

Melissa says:

could someone push the green velvet couch away from up against the wall and bring it out into the room onto the rug and put something behind the couch and a couple of huge potted trees just for a bit of relief- break from all the pattern and colour which i love = so much to love and lust after in this place. Amazing kitchen sink and benches.

Melissa says:

could someone push the green velvet couch away from up against the wall and bring it out into the room onto the rug and put something behind the couch and a couple of huge potted trees just for a bit of relief- break from all the pattern and colour which i love = so much to love and lust after in this place. Amazing kitchen sink and benches.

quirky and not beautiful at all

quirky and not beautiful at all

ohHolland says:

Wow! Whoever said Moscow is dull and dreary?!? Though I prefer the cooler-toned rooms, loving the overall sense of fun, color that wraps itself around you and cartoon elements like that fantastic oversize tassel.

Michael says:

I just love the decorative tiles used in creating such design patterns on the floors and walls of each room. It is truly unique in style, giving the touch a personality of its own. The tiling job that was done to the bathroom is amazing. I like the wall tiles on the bathtub side, as well as the zigzag pattern near the bathroom sink which gives an ethnic feel.

Michael says:

I just love the decorative tiles used in creating such design patterns on the floors and walls of each room. It is truly unique in style, giving the touch a personality of its own. The tiling job that was done to the bathroom is amazing. I like the wall tiles on the bathtub side, as well as the zigzag pattern near the bathroom sink which gives an ethnic feel.

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