This living room combined with the dining room has its special ambience and a poetic aura full of understatement. Even before the relatively subtle intervention of architects the apartment gave off charm of the Parisian Bohemia: the spacious interior of perfect proportions finished up with very elegant architectural finishings, i.e. ledges supporting suspended ceiling and delicate moulding garlands.
All the objects, works of art and pieces of furniture have been selected with the utmost care or have been custom-made. Mustard and violet distinct accents co-exist with soft and neutral ones such as a light grey Persian carpet aged in a modern way or white minimalist bookcases.
Classic For Four
When you enter this 120m2 flat in an old tenement house, at the very threshold you can feel delighted as well as a sudden rush of serotonin. You will not come across any conventions or cliches; boredom has been simply replaced by good energy enjoyed by anyone staying in this interesting place. In this Vienne's flat, classical moulding and a creaking wooden floor provide a frame for eclectic experiments with furniture, fabrics and objects from different periods and an extraordinary spectacle of colours. It seems like the spirit of vintage, clad in colourful garments of the bohemianism, has sneaked here and pilfered something modern. Through striking a balance between the old and new, a unique place was brought into existence. Each of the rooms (three bedrooms, three bathrooms, kitchen, library and living room combined with the dining room) as a separate story told in unison by original furniture and objects from different stories.