The desire of customers was to create a "family nest" with a good tradition, which Olga Kushnaryova, being an expert in classical European style, implemented as a "house with a good family tradition."
The multifunctional layout was made as follows: Guest areas on the ground floor; kitchen, dining room and a spacious room for family parties on the first floor; the second floor included master bedroom and the bedroom for their children, as well as bathrooms, dressing rooms and a hall balcony, serving as a cabinet.
Wood played a dominant role in this interior performance. It begins with a dark tinted timber on the ground floor, contrasting with the white painted massive architraves, doors and skirting (as a nod to the former parent country house), continues in the log walls of the stairwells and ends by a good traditional ladder: Its white carved balusters, dark steps and massive handrails evidence of a gradual return to the interior aesthetics of the Russian "Nests of Gentlefolk."
Thus, successfully using traditional techniques, the designer has created a versatile "living" space that can be interesting and relevant to the inhabitants of the mansion for many years. Aside from relaxing in this house as in a country house, they can also live there permanently.