Bridging Classic and Contemporary
Alena Chashkina is a renowned interior designer from Russia who has created a stunning interior design project in Kaliningrad. The project features elements from modern and classic design together to create a truly unique and stylish environment. One of the standout features of the project is the use of the Streamline Wall Light and Maeve Suspension from Castro Lighting and the Golden Eye Mirror from Castro Interiors, which add grace and refinement to the space.
The living room is one of the most demanding areas in any home, and Alena Chashkina has done an exceptional job of creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The room features a neutral colour palette with pops of gold that add energy to the space. The Streamline Wall Light is one of the remarkable features in the space, providing a sleek and modern look that complements the room's overall design aesthetic. The light's streamlined shape and clean lines make it the perfect addition to any modern living room.
Another stunning feature of the living room is the Golden Eye Mirror. This beautiful piece of art adds depth and dimension to the space and serves as a functional accessory. The mirror's golden frame adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to the room, while the mirror reflects light and helps brighten the space.
Moving onto the staircase, the Maeve Suspension is another impressive highlight of this project. This stunning light fixture is an eye-catching statement piece that provides both functional and aesthetic value. The Maeve Suspension features a sleek and modern design that adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to the staircase area.
Alena Chashkina's project in Kaliningrad is a true masterpiece that shows the designer's mastery in the field. The use of modern and classic design elements, combined with the Streamline Wall Light, Golden Eye Mirror, and Maeve Suspension, has created a living space that is both stylish and functional. Whether you are entertaining guests or simply relaxing at home, this stunning project is sure to impress.
CREDITS: Alena Chashkina