Balcony Studio Has This Green Seeing Owner


For a unit inside a residential complex adjoining the historic Peking Hotel in Moscow, Studio Balcony chose to mix modern furniture with classic elements, including vintage finds. As for the client, his main request centered around the color scheme of the house, emphasizing a rich, verdant hue in the bedroom.

Designer Olga Lagodnaya delivered on all counts, also taking into account the client’s existing art collection. “It was important to create a background interior where any artwork could easily fit in,” she said, noting the gallery-like white walls in the living room. “In addition, we talked about the fact that due to his active lifestyle – he is engaged in triathlons – it is necessary to carefully consider the storage space.” In the bedroom, the homeowner’s wish lists come together – a mossy accent wall disguises the wardrobe door.

This Calligaris office features an energizing orange interior.
A cream sofa in the office.
The sofa in the office is from Biel.
The kitchen features sleek cream-colored cabinets and a center island.
The design team selected a ready made table for the kitchen and made a recess in the island to “cut” the table to length.
An office corner wedged between bookcases offers a quiet workspace.
An office corner wedged between bookcases offers a quiet workspace.
A dark green sofa pops against the monochrome palette of the living room.
The living room features classic stucco molding with a Ditre sofa.
The bathroom vanity with double sinks and a soft neutral palette.
The master bathroom features a soft, neutral palette with tiles from Porcelanosa and shower tiles from Mosaico.
The bed is framed by a leafy wall with vintage accents.
The bedroom features a mix of modern and vintage pieces with a Bside bed from Samoa and sconces from Rubn. The chandelier is vintage.
A dressing room has a full length mirror.
A walk-in offers plenty of space for storage.

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