Stunning natural stone elements and rich brown accents construct a luxurious 210 square metre apartment interior, located in St. Petersburg, Russia. Designed by
The living room is an elegant contemporary arrangement, with linear
Tan accents add warmth to the pale grey and white room decor.
The coffee table set can also be reconfigured to serve as handy
A large eye catching granite panel provides the showcase piece for the living room, right in the centre spot.
The floating granite slab conceals a secret TV, which is revealed by smoothly sliding the glorious panel aside.
Tiny track lights highlight the ribbed backboard of the TV mount wall.
At the back of the
A pair of jet black
A granite clad niche echoes the outline of the
Decorative vases cluster in a chic black and white table centrepiece.
Cinnamon seat pads tie in with the warm brown accents that sprinkle the neighbouring lounge.
A dividing wall solidly splits the kitchen from the dining room and lounge, though walkways remain open on either side of it. A
Tall larder units and oven housing are set back into the deep dividing wall.
Wood slatted shades draw across all of the tall windows in the living spaces.
Stainless steel stem pendants streak down to the kitchen island, balancing out the modern kitchen faucet at the other end.
On a smaller scale,
In the master suite, a cognac headboard warmly disrupts an all white bedroom scheme. The black
Great glass doors open up to give access to a spectacular ensuite.
Glamorous white marble swirls across the walls of the vanity area, and inside the showers wet zone. A small side table displays select toiletries inside the large enclosure.
A more rustic side table adds a natural wooden accent over by the freestanding
The timber table makes an ideal accompaniment to a set of wood slatted window shutters behind the tub.
Inside the dressing room, a marble makeup table floats against a floor to ceiling marble panel. A designer vanity stool makes a shapely addition to the glam station.
A huge slab of granite greets you at the door of bedroom number two.
The granite boundary is split in the middle to make way for a wood slatted section and some light sharing. Natural light filters through into a dressing area on the other side of the sleep space. The bedside light is the
The bedside unit drops in a casual rustic crate aesthetic.
More wood slats create a light sharing screen between the bedroom’s workspace and an ensuite bathroom. A low level bathroom vanity boosts a unique basin design.
The favoured cone pendant silhouette has been dropped in the home entryway, to be replaced by a spherical piece in the same black colourway.
The granite decor element makes up a lavish entryway table, which seems to be missing a
The guest bathroom just off the entryway is awash with glorious granite.
A neat shower enclosure squeezes into the narrow layout.
A wall hung toilet increases visible floor space.
The floor plan gives us access to the full scale glory of the master suite, with its huge shower and extensive walk-in wardrobe.