Shades of grey | Maria Gubina

Moscow/Russia/88 sq.m. Moscow / Russian Federation / 2019

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The clients wanted a simple, minimalist interior. They asked me not to use much wood. The walls are painted, the doors are smooth, porcelain and tiles are large-sized, the kitchen is white and glossy. The customer knew exactly what he wanted.


I used combinations of different shades of gray for walls, furniture, lamps: from almost white to dark anthracite. Some elements were made black to get the contrast. Also I designed a lot of glass and mirrors in the project to expand the space and to add more light to the interior. In general, I tried to use the same finishing materials throughout all the interior. When all the doors are opened, the apartment looks more spacious.


In fact, there are no dominant objects in this interior. Probably, the main style-forming and necessary is the glass doors between the living room and the corridor.

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    The clients wanted a simple, minimalist interior. They asked me not to use much wood. The walls are painted, the doors are smooth, porcelain and tiles are large-sized, the kitchen is white and glossy. The customer knew exactly what he wanted. I used combinations of different shades of gray for walls, furniture, lamps: from almost white to dark anthracite. Some elements were made black to get the contrast. Also I designed a lot of glass and mirrors in the project to expand the space and to add...

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