A couple of weeks ago I blogged this awesome apartment in Moscow. I’ve got another one for you from The Village, this time located in Kiev, Ukraine. It’s a small, 2 room apartment that looks so much larger (camera lens might have helped a bit too). This pad is a perfect example of how to place furniture in a small space and how to use furniture to delineate zones. The sectional sofa in this case is just what the living room needed to separate it from the dining space. The bookcases offer tons of storage and creates more of a hallway (while blocking a couple of not-so-exciting doors). I LOVE the grey colour palette (my favourite colour, always) and everything else in this apartment – but I’d lose the fish tank in the kitchen. Strange…but I won’t judge. The adorable succulent-in-a-book planter idea makes up for that oddity. (And I had to use that photo first so you all didn’t miss it).
I love this! My only questions is where is the child or all that kid's staff. The site says they have a child…
Kim, I agree I love gray! I am itching to do a whole home in gray. I love the kitchen, and love that they are not afraid to paint the brick. Also, did you check that ombre Panton chair? Awesome!