If I were to live in a ” single's” apartment, it would look exactly like this one designed by Boris Uborevich-Borovsky, Irina Selezneva, Oksana Lobanova, and Aleksey Antonov. It is 140 sq.m and located in Moscow. What I loved about it is the lovely application of a monochromatic palette, giving the space an illusion of being larger and very bright. The use of some of my favorite B&B Italia pieces such as the Papilio armchair in the bedroom and the Tufty composition sofa shown here in black. Also used in the apartment is a parquet flooring & Antonio Lupi bathroom fixtures.
This is proof that simplicity can be beautiful when well applied.
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