The style was determined by the proximity of modern buildings with the Royal Pavilion of the All-Russian Art and Industrial Exhibition of 1882, built in the neo-Russian style.
Living room. The armchair on the left is BoConcept, the sofa and the armchair on the bottom right are LaRedoute, the H&M Home coffee table, the Petite Friture chandelier, the White Label Living floor lamp, the Carre D’artistes carpet, the Nomad Chic pillow, Ikea curtains, Benjamin Moore paint, Finex engineering board. Photo: Dina Alexandrova
The pavilion turned out to be eternal — neither the Bolsheviks nor the developers demolished it, through whose efforts the Tsarskaya Square quarter grew up on the former Stadium of Young Pioneers, known to all residents of the north of the capital. Similar to a fabulous Russian teremok, it suited everyone — both the stadium park and the owners of the Parisien restaurant, which opened in a historic building in 2003.
Kitchen. Stylish Kitchen set, Technistone quartz countertop, Inch table, La Redoute chairs, Maytoni suspensions, Pholc chandelier, Odeon sconces, Faber extractor hood, tray and Carre D’artistes painting, Benjamin Moore paint. Photo: Dina Alexandrova
The building is well preserved, so the architectural bureau that designed the complex made it the center of the quarter. The housing complex buildings received names associated with the Russian imperial house: “Catherine”, “Romanovsky”, “Petrovsky” and “Alexandrovsky”.
For Elena Ivashkina’s customers, this historical element of the modern residential complex was important, as well as the current content of the Royal Pavilion – the restaurant that is located in it received a Michelin star.
A fragment of the living room. La Redoute armchair, vintage chest of drawers, 1960s, restored in Kamorka Workshop. Zara lamp, Petite Friture chandelier, Nomad Chic candlesticks, Forest Is Calling vase, paintings bought at Milliart Gallery, Carre D’artistes carpet, Benjamin Moore paint on the walls, Finex engineering board on the floor, Ultrawood baseboard. Photo: Dina Alexandrova
According to the designer, they traveled a lot in Europe, visited all the countries of Scandinavia and were very inspired by the organic blend of history and modernity. Therefore, they wanted to see the interior modern, but with the inclusion of vintage items.
A fragment of the bedroom. IdealBeds bed, H&M Home bedside table, White Label Living sconce, Ikea chandelier, Casa Stockman bedspread, Benjamin Moore paint on the walls, Finex engineering board on the floor, Ultrawood baseboard. Photo: Dina Alexandrova
Since the renovation was already underway after the start of the pandemic, the layout corresponds to the new living conditions: a large kitchen-living room (about 30 squares) with three windows and glass swing doors and an office for remote work. Despite the small area of the apartment, Elena managed to find a place for a dressing room (the entrance to it is disguised by closets in the bedroom) and a laundry room combined with a guest bathroom. And the main thing is to make the interior very personal: everything in it is arranged in accordance with the wishes of the owners and so that they are as comfortable as possible in this house.
Bedroom. Bedside chest of drawers in the shape of a bean of the first half of the twentieth century from the antique collection Alter Ego Home. Zuiver lamp, Carre D’artistes carpet, Ikea curtains, Benjamin Moore paint on the walls, Finex engineering board on the floor, Ultrawood baseboard. Photo: Dina Alexandrova
A fragment of the bedroom. Wardrobe + entrance to the dressing room “Stylish Kitchens”, IdealBeds bed, White Label Living sconces, Arte Lamp ceiling lights, Ikea chandelier, Casa Stockman bedspread.Photo: Dina Alexandrova
A fragment of the bedroom. LaRedoute console, Zara mirror, HAY lamp, Ikea curtains.Photo: Dina Alexandrova
Hallway. La Forma wall lamp, Volkhovets doors, Benjamin Moore paint on the walls, Finex engineering board on the floor, Ultrawood baseboard.Photo: Dina Alexandrova
Shower room. BelBagno cabinet, Technistone quartz countertop, LaRedoute mirror, Equipe Artisan tile on the walls, Ragno Contrasti Tappeto tile on the floor, Benjamin Moore paint. Photo: Dina Alexandrova
Bathroom. La Redoute cabinet and mirror, H&M Home stool and lamp, Benjamin Moore paint on the walls, Ragno Contrasti Tappeto tile on the floor, Ultrawood baseboard.Photo: Dina Alexandrova
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