St. Petersburg, st. Sports, 2
Hollywood elegance
An apartment for a married couple who knows exactly what they want.
The KRESTOVSKY de luxe residential complex is located in a luxurious part of the city next to a green park and water - an ideal combination for balance and harmony. It is these two important components of life that we tried to embody in our interior: modern American style in shades of gray, metal and natural wood with a laconic combination of contrasts.
126,6 м²

Apartment area
1 year

From signing the contract to completion of work
19.8 million rub

Turnkey budget
RUB 156,400

Turnkey cost per m²

Design project and renovation
Harmony in contrasts
Our customers lived in bright interiors and wanted something calmer and more laconic. We went through several options for deep colors in the Art Deco style, but in the end we settled on an idea with contrasts of materials, textures and colors: warm and cold, black and white.

We started with gray walls in the kitchen, which were inlaid with brushed brass colored accents. We added wooden slats to the walls, which intertwined with the facades of the lower part of the kitchen and with the parquet. To dilute the warm wood, we chose graphite-colored fronts for the top of the cabinets, and a deep blue color for chairs and textiles on a cozy light gray sofa.

Our bedroom turned out to be light and monochrome. But our bathroom is built on the active contrast of black and white, which helped us, among other things, divide the space. The shower, toilet and bidet area is separated from the rest of the bathroom by transparent dark partitions and lined with black tiles. And the area with the sink and vanity table is finished with white tiles.

The dressing room, which has become a multifunctional space for us, deserves special attention. In addition to storing clothes and shoes, it also hides the entire ventilation control system.

The customers wanted an elegant and harmonious interior, which is why the project turned out to be complex in terms of technical implementation. What did it take for us to come up with a way to inlay decorative metal profiles in the color of matte brass into the plaster, or find a solution to install a cabinet weighing 500 kg in the bathroom! But thanks to this, we realized that we can solve almost any design problem.

Uliana Skaptsova
Owner of US studio
The highlight of the project was laconicism in everything: no platbands or baseboards, hidden doors, all furniture built into niches, dozens of lighting scenarios and the ability to easily control all built-in technical systems.

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