Natalia Vologdina-Anikina Sees Green for Moscow Home of Four
When a repeat client asked designer Natalia Vologdina-Anikina to create a new apartment for their family of four, they had two requests. The first was that she organize it so that adults and kids can have their own kinds of revelries. “They are a young and very energetic family with two kids,” she says. “They have lots of friends and love to have parties at their house.”
The second? “There was a color they definitely wanted to see,” she says. “It was emerald.” The jewel tone features throughout the 1,600-square-foot apartment in Moscow’s central Khamovniki neighborhood, from the upholstery of the dining chairs to the cladding of walls in the primary bedroom.
In the living area, emerald shows up in a wall mural she created with the clients. “It symbolizes the first letter of their family name in a creative, geometric form,” she says—and marks the spot for adult parties while the kids have fun in their own party room down the hall.
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