Apartment with terrace, 88 m²

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Anastasia Khalchitskaya and her husband Ali Mammadov lived in an apartment in an old fund and were thinking about buying a bigger house. “And then we saw for sale an apartment in a house designed by Sergei Tchoban, whose work I really love,” says the designer. “We chose an apartment on the second floor, from here there is access to a shared patio in the courtyard, and it is on two sides, so we have a lot of natural light in all rooms.”

The couple had their first joint renovation, and Anastasia suggested that her husband do his “homework”: choose the interiors that he likes. It turned out that both prefer minimalism, and they set to work together. master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/2.jpg” />

Living room. Sofa, Bonaldo; carpet, Nanimarquina; table and hanging cabinet made to order; coffee table, Cassina; on the floor there is an engineering board, DerevoDekor; mirrors, “Sphere of Decor”; floor lamp, IKEA.

Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

LIVING ROOM

The first item that Anastasia and Ali bought for the living room was the Nanimarquina carpet designed by Jaime Ayon – both fell in love with it and decided that it would become the main color accent in the room. The designer chose the hanging shelf and part of the textile to match the lines on the carpet. “Mirrors on two-thirds of the wall in the living room were invented by Ali, and at first I doubted whether we needed such a “ballet class”, but then I realized that they significantly increased the space,” recalls Anastasia.

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Usually the designer asks the clients how many kitchen utensils they have in order to plan out the cabinets. Anastasia and Ali bought everything new for this apartment, so the Arclinea kitchen was ordered without strict calculation, “at the call of the heart”. Only two large drawers for spices and a narrow cupboard for glasses and vases were provided. /master/w_1600%2Cc_limit/3.jpg” />

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Kitchen. Headset, Arclinea, from Space Four Concept Store; the tabletop was made to order in the workshop of Sergei Goldobin; the hood for the hood and the dining table are made in the workshop “Kedr”; stools, Ethnicraft; chairs, Ligne Roset; on the table a vase, Bitossi; on the tabletop dish, Cassina; on the shelf a bowl, Fuga; tray, ibride.

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Fragment of the kitchen.

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BEDROOM

The headboard and nightstands of Anastasia's favorite gray-green color are made to order. The bedroom has only a bed, a small storage niche and a vintage chair that pleases the eyes of the owners.

Bedroom. The headboard and hanging cabinets are made to order in the Kedr workshop; bed, BoConcept; bed linen, Moloko; bedspread, Zara Home; vase, Bitossi; sconce, La Redoute; on the wall is a photograph of Aurelien Villette from the YellowCorner gallery.

Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

Guest bedroom. Daybed and carpet, IKEA; nightstand, H&M Home; lamp, La Redoute; on the wall by Asya Marakulina.

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BATHROOM

“It is important for me that there is both a shower and a bath – sometimes you want to have a spa day, and sometimes you need to quickly get together,” says the designer. This is the “front” room, but household appliances for washing and laundry care are moved to a separate room, where there is also an additional toilet and sink.

Bathroom. Mirror, Cielo; sconce, Artemide; shell, Burgbad; faucet, Zucchetti; bath faucet, Fantini.

Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

HALLWAY AND CORRIDOR

The designer does not tolerate a mess, so she initially planned more storage space than necessary. To keep the shoes out of sight, she provided for them in a narrow high cabinet at the entrance, which is hidden among the wall panels. The hosts' workplaces are located in the corridor – it is quite spacious, so there is no “walk-through” feeling in it.

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Entrance hall.

Photo: Sergey Krasyuk

Cabinet. Shelving with desks, Cattelan Italia, chair, Cassina, all from Space Four Concept Store; red lamp, Jieldé. In the background is a vintage chair, Terje Ekström.

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Terrace. Wooden table and chairs, IKEA; plaid from the “Items” store.

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