Paul, an IT-specialist
Number of rooms: 3
Metric region: 70 m²
Ceiling height: 2.7 m
A couple of years ago Paul matured to purchase a 4-room apartment in an old home close to “Ligovskoy Avenue” subway station. Due to the emergency condition of the acquire, the renovation was massive. The beginning point was a large-scale re-organizing: demolished and newly-built had been virtually all the walls, the kitchen was united with the lounge, and the bathroom unit was shifted to an additional place. The flooring was produced in dark wood parquet, and on the remaining load-bearing walls disclosed was old brickwork. All of these grand alterations took about 18 months, given that Paul was as well typically away on organization. All the a lot more so valuable turned out the host’s friend, an architect Andrew Patrikeev, who assisted him in both renovation and decoration operates.
Thanks to the top-floor location of the lodging, Paul was able to arrange an operating fireplace in the living area and take a chimney out to the roof.
Possessing spent the bulk of his budget on refurbishment, the host was determined to make the interior on the low cost. That’s why almost all the furnishings was bought from IKEA.
Equipped with a kicker and fairly big in area, the lounge is a excellent spot for house parties.
The fireplace was made by the host himself.
The living room may possibly boast a complete 4 windows: two of them overlook the street, and the other two are hampered by a dead wall of a next-door constructing.
The wall was left empty for the purpose of using it as a projector screen.
In contrast to the rest of little interior stuff, the lanterns were brought by the host from a trip to Indonesia.
One of the rooms was re-equipped for a small fitness center.
The bedroom is virtually unfurnished. Used alternatively of traditional bedside tables are typical chairs.