Minimal Decadence in Greige


Starting out Thursday with an oxymoron but the phrase immediately popped into my mind when I saw this place. Found earlier this week, thanks to Instagram, this gorgeous 102 sq m space not only caught my eye but also introduced me to Evgeniy Bulatnikov and Emil Dervish whose pink office space captured me almost exactly one year ago. The interior designers and architects from the Ukraine.

The space has a very open plan, dividing the bath with a large green (marble?) wall that matches the fireplace and keeping furniture as well as decor very minimal. The kitchen is extraordinarily sleek and minimal, though I don’t think I could quite function in a place devoid of a refrigerator the brass range and faucet are features I could totally get used to.

It’s these generous and opulent touches that are also seen in the lighting, the hardware and coordinating bathtub that give this sparse space a feeling of luxury. Also a great example that a space doesn’t have to be full of objects in order to feel elegant. Though give me kids 5 minutes and they will have this place haphazardly garnished in random articles of clothing and toys!


AMM was created as a way to share my aesthetics with the world. Stunning interiors instigated my passion for beautiful, extraordinary, and simple shapes. I was largely influenced by Nordic design philosophy and AMM transitioned from a personal blog into my own collection of interiors, things, visual trends, DIY projects, lifestyle products, and observations. As an interior design aficionado, I would love to see like-minded people, so stay tuned!

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