Ekaterina Gritsan from Buro108 has recently completed an apartment in Moscow, Russia, that’s been designed for a bachelor who wanted to blend nature, minimalism and wood.
Upon entering the apartment, there’s a large backlit mirror with a floating wood shelf.
A partial screen that’s decorated with plants and a wood accent wall define the living room in the apartment. Additional plants hanging from the wall add a touch of nature.
Beside the living room is the dining room. A small four person table with an angled base is surrounded by light colored dining chairs, and an artistic pendant light hangs above it.
The kitchen is located on the other side of the TV wall, and white kitchen cabinets help to keep the bright.
In the bedroom, wallpaper with a pattern of handmade sketches of leaves, adds a sense of nature to the room, while closets are hidden behind large sliding wood doors.
In the bathroom, there’s a wide sink with storage below and a mirror was is lit with with hidden illumination above and below. In the shower, built-in shelves have been installed with more hidden lighting along the wall.
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