This two-storey apartment in Moscow belongs to an architect and the design and zoning was done by herself. This place really strikes with its vivacity and bright accents, and I love such spaces because they make you feel positive since waking up in the morning. The walls and ceilings are kept white to make the apartment look airy and spacious and to every room has its own focal point. I love the kitchen décor: here there’s a chalkboard wall that makes the space look graphic and unexpected, and a dark-colored pallet table continues this idea. The living room boasts of mid-century modern furniture, carpet and fabrics. What’s special about this home is lots of greenery in every corner, even in the bathroom, and these nature touches add freshness to the rooms.