The adaptation of the existing layout to the needs of customers was the main task of the designer Valeria Dziuba when developing the project of this Moscow apartments. Despite the acceptable area of 100 sq. m, the initial distribution of space was not the most efficient – two large rooms and an elongated configuration. After the renovation, the apartment began to fully meet the needs of the owner’s family: two full-fledged bedrooms, two bathrooms, an office, dressing rooms and a living room combined with a kitchen appeared. For a long time, the hostess could not decide on the style of the interiors, as a result, choosing between classics and Provence with loft elements, they decided to focus on light eclecticism. Overall, it turned out great!