In this apartment at St.Petersburg designed by Tim Verenovsky, prepare to be swept into a magical kingdom from a land far, far away. That is where some of your favorite fairy-tale scenes come to life in the form of a gorgeous Rapunzel-style interior. For starters, the top-floor apartment has a 22-meter-high ceiling that can rival the architecture of a classic medieval castle.
Inside, it is a mix of whimsical and luxurious sophistication. The icing on the cake is none other than its magnificent princess tower. Reminiscent of William Goldman’s 1973 fantasy romance novel, The Princess Bride, this element catches attention instantaneouly. Overall, The fresh makeover of the interior has resulted in a mind-blowing eclectic marriage of both stark minimalism and psychedelic rainbow-like hues.
Throughout the apartment, there’s a sense of glorious and by-gone past of the 19th-century Russian Imperial monarchy era, but with a clever twist of modern-day Disney panache. What separates this apartment from the rest is its blend of old meets new world charm.
By maximising the living rooms windows and walls, natural light from the outside brings a touch of the golden ray to an already splendid apartment. A one-of-a-kind traditional style chandelier affirms the ceiling, adding to the brightness and warmth of the interior.