This is also another gorgeous home designed for a project in Moscow, Russia, by INT2architecture, the 45 square meter single space studio home has been divided into a living room, kitchen and screened-off bedroom area, along with a few other compact surprises along the way.
The small open plan space has a white brick wall that is lifted with pretty pastel accents in each neat area. Modern artworks, rusty metal ecectric caplight, blue metal chat table, and greeen telescopic legged chair demonstrare a nice ambiance together.
Bedroom corner is kept private with the help of a latt white curtain.
Also useful drawers are hidden under the double bed. Providing enough space to store basic home needs.
In addition few partitions that have been introduced to the home were ‘thickened’ in order to utilize the volumes as built-in closets for the hallway and bedroom. White heavy curtains are used to screen of the wardrobe rather than doors, to save space when open.
The white kitchen is simple with unusual tiles, and the vertical space used to its fullest with the installation of extra tall banks of wall units. And yellow runner cheers the kitchen.
A bar area has been improvised as the dividing wall between the lounge and kitchen areas, complete with a quirky blackboard feature wall and flip-up bar surface.
There is an interior balcony where plants can be vegetated, and where an ingenious–and sweetly minuscule dining area has been created with modular banquette style seating that is made from repainted army boxes, which also come in handy as extra storage containers. Mild blue and cargo freight feature with white walls and wood flooring makes this tiny balcony a warm place . Also afold-away table completes the eating area when in use, or lies flat to the wall at other times of the day to allow the seats to be utilized without obstruction.
The minimalistic bathroom is decorated with unusual artwork and eye-catching scrabble style tiles to draw attention away from its limited size.