Kitchens of the World – Russian eccentricity

In our latest blog of our series “Kitchens of the World” we dedicated ourselves to the Scandinavian kitchen design and found out: One will find clear shapes, minimalistic designs and practical functionalism. Now we want to deal with a country whose kitchen designs embody the exact opposite – namely Russia.

At the LivingKitchen fair in 2013, we introduced amongst others the model “Spira” of the Russian architect Sergei Tchoban. With high-gloss black fronts, a striking light effect and rounded corners Tchoban created a real eye-catcher harmoniously combining typical Russian design elements and design features from the 30th.


The model “Spira” by the Russian architect Sergei Tchoban on the LivingKitchen 2013.

In international comparison, Russian kitchen designs are characteristic of luxury and eccentricity. Designers like the team of “Kitchen Interiors” perfectly realize these Russian preference in their creations. Fine fabrics like satin and leather are combined with heavy oak or ebony. Glass, stainless steel and stone ensure modernity and lightness with their smooth surfaces, but also exclusivity. Still, black is one of the most popular and commonly used base colors. But currently colors such as cappuccino and strong red also enter the kitchens of Russia. These are preferred especially by interior designers and architects such as Artem Evstigneev and provide exciting but also hard contrasts. Various work areas are highlighted by this and thus the overall design of a kitchen is more structured. The color black is also used as a striking background for chandeliers and other decorative elements.

Through the choice of these colors and materials, but also by a skillful combination of these design elements, the Russian kitchen design looks exclusive and luxurious.


Example of a kitchen design inspired by Russian model (Source:


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