A tiny apartment of 21 m² in the center of Moscow, to which you want to move immediately

  • Mar 03, 2021

Designer Maria Tertychnaya designed a studio of 21 m² for rent. The apartment is located in the building of the former Vysotsky tea-packing factory and stands out for a number of advantages - high ceilings of 3.4 m and two arched windows to the floor. Another distinctive feature is the view terrace of 9 m². The customer was a friend of the designer.

  • total area: 21 m²
  • A place: Moscow
  • Number of rooms: Studio
  • House type: LCD Kleinhouse
  • Ceiling height: 3.4 m
  • Who lives here: for rent
  • Budget: 2.5 million rubles
  • Designer: Maria Tertychnaya
The inspiration for the designer was the work of Lewis Carroll "Alice in Wonderland". The fabulous motives of the book were skillfully entered into the interior. The result of this synthesis is non-trivial colors and accents.

Kitchen

Parquet was used as flooring throughout the apartment. Historical brickwork, laid down in the days of Roman Klein, the architect of the building, has been partially preserved on the walls.

The kitchen set was lined up linearly to the right of the front door. The frames from IKEA are complemented by the facades and worktops from Cover. An interesting solution was the incomplete rejection of hinged structures - the upper tier consists of only one cabinet. A small retro refrigerator was placed opposite.
The kitchen set was lined up linearly to the right of the front door. The frames from IKEA are complemented by the facades and worktops from Cover. An interesting solution was the incomplete rejection of hinged structures - the upper tier consists of only one cabinet. A small retro refrigerator was placed opposite.

Dining room

The dining area was organized by the window. A small brass table and a sofa for the dining group were purchased from the Grand Eclair confectionery on Yakimanka after its closure.

Detail plays an important role in creating the dreamlike atmosphere - the vintage Decogravure poster and the fixtures from Zuiver and Menu.
Detail plays an important role in creating the dreamlike atmosphere - the vintage Decogravure poster and the fixtures from Zuiver and Menu.

Bedroom

The bedroom was arranged opposite the second arched window. One of the walls was accentuated by painting it in a pale blue shade. A door with a hidden box was purchased for the bathroom.

A bed made of metal rods was made to order according to the designer's sketches.
A bed made of metal rods was made to order according to the designer's sketches.
A bed made of metal rods was made to order according to the designer's sketches.

Bathroom

We chose a pale pink shade to decorate the bathroom. Despite the small size of the room, a freestanding bath made of cast marble fits here.

Gilding was also used in the fittings and accent details. The mixer was mounted directly into the mirror.
Gilding was also used in the fittings and accent details. The mixer was mounted directly into the mirror.

Terrace

A lounge area was organized on the terrace. The brickwork was preserved on the walls, and the floor was tiled with handmade cement tiles.

A round sofa and a couple of armchairs were made to order. The partition with the neighbors was mirrored.
A round sofa and a couple of armchairs were made to order. The partition with the neighbors was mirrored.
A round sofa and a couple of armchairs were made to order. The partition with the neighbors was mirrored.

Layout

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