Kyivlyanyn turned his entrance in a palace of the 17th century
• Kyivlyanyn turned his entrance in a palace of the 17th century,
A resident of the Ukrainian capital alone ennobled three stairwells her house so that they looked like the room manorial estates of XVIII century. This luxurious landscaping it took him 15 years of his life.
The walls are generously covered with stucco, gilding and photocopies of paintings 17-18 centuries - the pensioner acknowledged that always was interested in this period of world history. Work in the Kiev subway has given the necessary skills - Vladimir Chaika has worked at the depot on repair of buildings and structures - and engaged in modeling friend gave molds moldings. Free time to implement their ideas in Ukrainian appeared to retirement.
Vladimir says that for such a large-scale adventure spodvigli it is not joyful event: "In 1997 I experienced clinical death ... And from that time wanted to have time to make something beautiful and unusual for people and myself." To the accomplishment of the entrance pensioner applies to the hobby, and offers people do have similar repair refuses. Moreover, Seagull acknowledged that even in their own homes did not fully repair - only fireplace in the country carried out in a similar style.
His proud man calls the garbage pipe, which he cleverly turned into a column with gilded atlantes at the ceiling. According to Vladimir, not all neighbors are resolved to throw garbage in the garbage disposal as luxurious.
It is interesting that at one time offered Gull make such repairs on the general for all the first floor, but the people "did not want to." Now the entrance even lead the amateur tour and the couple go to be photographed in a wedding day.
Pensioner admits - plans to elevate the whole staircase so it does not have - did not have enough money, because the plaster and decorative paint went up 3 times. And in case it's not a quick, three staircases Vladimir Vasilyevich took 15 years, because the master is suitable to the case perhaps too well - the ceiling on his floor, he, in his own words, altered 4 times.