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A Young Man’s Kiev Apartment Goes Modern
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Igor Sirotov, of Sirotov Architects, designed this 76-square-meter (818 square foot) apartment in Kiev for a young man wanting a modern space. Focusing on dark, moody colors and warm woods, the interior has a classy and sophisticated look while remaining comfortable and inviting.

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The sleek kitchen hides away the details leaving you to wonder where everything is, including the kitchen faucet. Once the sliding doors are moved, you can see everything perfectly tucked away until needed.

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The smooth, dark cabinets match the dining table and chairs, which are by Kristalia.

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The plush, L-shaped sofa in a neutral color is by Paola Lenti.

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Behind the smoky blue glass wall is the bathroom that features one entire wall covered in Aparici Vanguard System tiles, which have a vintage look. The shower fixtures match the color of the dark tiles behind it, which continue onto the floor of the bathroom.

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Love the square bathtub!

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The bedroom features a wooden wall behind the bed and two metal structures that are almost like opposite canopies.

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A projector pulls down from the ceiling for movie watching.

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Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.