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Entries in Russia (16)

Thursday
Oct162014

G-sign

Since we seem to be on a roll with commercial spaces today, here is another one that was sent to us recently by G-sign, a small design studio in Moscow that specializes in branding and commercial design. This restaurant called Funny Cabany is so cool - I adore the centre tiled cube (the kitchen?), the use of reclaimed wood and industrial light fixtures, and OHHH those brown leather chairs! 

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Monday
Oct132014

A funky apartment in Moscow

Happy Thanksgiving fellow Canadians! I am still trying to recuperate from the massive feast I shared with my family last night (turkey and ALL the fixings, plus 3 types of pie), and somehow I have to get some work done around the house. My paint supplies provided by Farrow & Ball arrived last week for my living room and I am so freaking excited to get started. I went with down pipe in estate emulsion for the walls, down pipe in full gloss for all of the trim (YES! I am painting out the mahogany!) and fireplace, and plummett in estate emulsion for the ceiling. Today husband and I have to deal with the ugly nooks in on either side of the west facing window. All that to say, I have alot to do on this holiday Monday, so I leave you with this really funky little apartment in Moscow via The Village. (Sorry, short on pet entries again this week)

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Friday
Mar282014

InteriorNI

Here is another super cute apartment by Int2 architecture. Pastels a plenty are so soothing. The graphic details keep the space modern and the white walls and cabinetry lighten everything up. Lots to love in about 485 sq ft.  

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Friday
Mar282014

InteriorRDD

I can't get enough of Int2 architecture so I'm bombarding you with a couple of other projects today. :) This one is I can only describe as super pretty....and that kitchen needs a great big hug. I am just blown away by this firm's attention to detail. 

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Thursday
Mar272014

InteriorDI

I wanted to share another apartment by Russian architecture and design firm INT2 architecture. This one has a totally different vibe than the last - alot less minimal, pale colours and patterns and an all around cozier and playful vibe. There's so much I love about each apartment - a blend of both would be an absolute dream. 

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