Lovingly preserved historical heritage brings neoclassical intricacy to this exquisite apartment that overlooks Bolshoi Prospekt, at the very heart of the Petrogradka District of St. Petersburg, Russia. Visualised by
The regularly spaced
Opposite the sofa, a
Contemporary artwork adds a bold black and white display above the sofa, between two stylish black wall sconces.
A unique shelving unit takes the black accent colour to the far end of the predominantly white scheme, where a small dining area is set up in the window.
Bespoke storage is installed along the back of the TV wall. A small library of books and glassware are displayed on open, backlit shelves, announcing the leisure function of this room.
The kitchen is situated down the hallway. The large room accommodates the main dining area here too.
The same oak chevron flooring creates cohesivity throughout the home, as well as classic decorative features.
The entryway is a peaceful sea of sage green, with walls, doors, furniture and the radiator painted to perfectly match.
Even the dog bed receives a sage green upholstery treatment.
A half-height, light grey paint effect cuts panel moulded walls and custom storage units in half to break the monotony of the long hallway.
Sage green entryway paint is flooded up and over crown moulding and the ceiling to create clear zoning.
The bedroom is a spectacular example of
Wall sconces are incorporated into a unique headboard design behind the simple
A subtle, tonal paint palette breaks up the lofty height of the room. Perimeter LEDs highlight the classic trim.
Frameless interior doors are disguised within the panel moulded wall treatment.
In the master ensuite, a
A white marble backsplash climbs to a deep, traditional crown moulding.
Regal boiserie surrounds the “throne”.
A stepped black marble floor raises the
Moving on into the second bedroom of the home, we find ourselves under a cosy blush pink ceiling. A large area rug keeps the floor light.
With no exterior windows of its own, this space borrows light from the adjacent room via clerestory windows.
Pink paintwork is extended down from the ceiling to form a deep border around the room, which bleeds into a row of built-in storage units.
Bright pendant lights descend over pink bedside tables.
Colour coordinated pink skirting board makes a unique trim.
Colourful green, yellow, blue and orange accents, and a nature inspired wall mural fill this space with energy and interest.
Custom-made wall units, bookshelves and wardrobes are built-in around the door to create one sleek wall of kids’ storage.
The family bathroom decor scheme creates drama under a black, grey and green saturated palette.
Green tiles encase the small room and the
The vertical tiles smoothly follow the curve of the bathroom wall, accentuating the unique architectural feature.
The powder room that is attached to the kitchen follows the same dark aesthetic.
Wood tone doors momentarily lighten the look.
Bathroom supplies are stored inside.
Adjacent doors hide away another large storage space.
In here, we discover that the small powder room actually doubles as the laundry room.