The Moscow Girl Turned Her Small Flat Into A Baroque Palace – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

The Moscow Girl Turned Her Small Flat Into A Baroque Palace

Aelita, a girl from Moscow, turned her 1-roomed 36 m2 (387 ft2) flat into a royal palace in the baroque style. She ordered furniture from Italy and though it was rather expensive, the girl admits it lacks comfort.

This approach is not typical for Russian flats where each square meter is normally functional.

All the repair works have been done by the father of the girl, who drew inspiration from the Hermitage and Versailles.

Now the owner compares the new furniture to a beautiful woman who cannot do anything.

So what do you think about this design in the area of 36m2 ((387 ft2))?







If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Design You Trust Facebook page. You won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

This 25-Year-Old Puddle Has Its Own Instagram Account
Life-Sized Wax Figures of Hollywood Stars From The 1980s and 1990s
"The Last Summer in St. Tropez": International Exotic Glamourwear Catalogue, 1980
Tiny Paper Bookmarks Let You Grow Charming Miniature Worlds In Your Books
The Realistic Zombie Mugs Every Horror Fan Should Have
Outfits Sourced From German Public Transportation Fabric By Menja Stevenson
Geometrical Tattoos By Jasper Andres Beautifully Fuse Geometry With Nature
Before And After: How The Russian Army Changes Soldiers
DIY Steampunk Trailer Fit For Travelling The World In 80 Days
1960s Space Age Toy Rocket Shoes Simulate Walking On The Moon
Clay, Chaos and Urban Detritus Merge in Daniil Antropov’s Ceramic Sculptures
IKEA Revamped Their 2021 Catalog To Include Animal Crossing Characters And Fans Are Loving It
Meet YAP!band: Innovative Multi-Purpose Smartphone Band Holder
Amazing LEGO Creations Inspired By Classical Art Pieces
Gravestone Portraits Become Fragments Of The Floor In A Shopping Center
Cool Pics That Defined Big Hairstyles Of Women In The 1980s
Artist Zai Divecha Brings Illusion of Movement to Life in Monochromatic Paper Works
The Velo Chair Uses A Single Piece Of Bent Wood As The Backrest
Stunning Medieval Wonder Woman Battle Armor Fit For An Amazon Princess
The Wave Shelf By Studio Lorier Can Change Its Shape
Hillary Clinton Goes Viral: 'Texts From Hillary' Meme Rides Wave Of Success
'A Selfie with a Weapon Kills': Russia Launches Campaign Urging Photo Safety
Russian Craftsmen Built This Steampunk Trike Inspired By “Joseph Stalin” Locomotive
Glow-In-The-Dark Full Moon Sideboard By Sotirios Papadopoulos