One of the advantages of this property was its ceiling height of 3.3 meters. Since the facade of the building, dating back to the 1960s, featured ornate decorations, the homeowners decided to incorporate similar ornamental details in the apartment design.
Initially, the separate kitchen was integrated as much as possible with the living area. The main task was to accentuate the living area and hide the kitchen zone in it. This led to the creation of a kitchen island, housing all the necessary appliances and tall kitchen cabinets to the full height of the room. Cabinet fronts repeat the wooden finish of the opposite wall, so that they are completely invisible in the living room.
The master bedroom and children's room were adorned with built-in wardrobes featuring carved fronts and door handles with tassels, adding a touch of elegance. The hallway cabinets were concealed behind mirrored fronts.