The 85m² modern minimalist apartment of a single girl that we present to you today is designed by Nata Kosareva. She renovated an old apartment located in a building built in 1938, near Chistye Prudy metro station, Moscow, Russia.
The main idea of the project is to create a comfortable, modern interior space but still retain the pristine atmosphere of the more than 80 years old architecture of old Moscow. The colors used are mostly neutral tones such as white, gray, beige, with bright accents such as light yellow, orange, copper yellow,… to the interior and the art collections exude a classic beauty that is memorable.
The owner of the apartment is a female journalist, she appreciates the historical architecture and the elements that bring the spirit of the times that Nata Kosareva brings. She shared: “Touching these properties, you will feel that these are not simple small details, they have a soul!” Especially the panoramic window frame outside is what she loved it, Nata kept the architecture intact during the renovation.
We invite you to follow us to visit the 85m² apartment of the female journalist, renovated by interior designer Nata Kosareva!