‘Lyubushkin Khutor (Lyuba’s farm)’ Moscow region

Housing space
350 m2
Execution time
9 months

Scope of work

Matching all the interior elements, developing exclusive details, window decoration and curtain tailoring.


Having got tired of hectic life in the megapolis center our clients decided to settle in the pinewood area however trying not lose links with a city.

The manor was built following the tradition of Russian estate constructing accompanied with the modern technical solutions.

In order to tie up traditional style and modern trends we used classical furniture and illumination style of the English and French Art Deco, moderne of early 20 century covered with both contemporary and aged finishing. Smooth matted wood ideally matches brushed silver, reflecting surface – cotton velvet, silk lampshade – slightly gilded steel with Murano glass of transitional hues.

Brands used: Julian Chichester, Simpsons Mirrors, Porta Romana, John Hutton, Bella Figura, Angelo Reflex, Knowles Christou, Vaughan, La Fibule, Chelsom, Vanhamme, JNL, donghia, Marie’s Corner, Century, Innovation, Lelievre, Sacho, Zimmer&Rhode, Holland&Sherry.

The photos can’t be published due to the client’s request.


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