9 Typical Soviet Apartments Interiors [photos]

Typical Soviet Apartments Interiors [photos]

Posted on May 2, 2018 by tim


Just a collection of the typical interiors you could see if going to someone’s home in Soviet Union. Some of those apartments haven’t been changed since then and still have that feel.

 

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9 Responses to “Typical Soviet Apartments Interiors [photos]”

  1. aldebaran says:

    Is it any different today?!

  2. Douglas says:

    Still today there are no wasted rooms. The Western custom of a living and dining room are almost always a bedroom at night. The more affluent in 2018 often have a separate bedroom. Times have changed since the ubiquitous Khrushchyovka…which have become the dreary Khruschoba.

  3. patricia says:

    i’m depressed just looking at the pictures

    • R says:

      Well dear, I bet you get depressed looking at yourself in the mirror too. Take your meds and hopefully you can remove head from arse.

  4. Stan says:

    Love the cosyness, my flat in Norwich, England still very much has THAT feel.. wouldn’t change it for the world, I even have a hugeee picture rug from Germany if bears and cubs in woods

    • R says:

      Obviously unlike many others you do not need 5000 square feet of living space to falsely make yourself feel better and/or important. I bet you enjoy every minute of your life.

  5. RB says:

    Russians are very resourceful and I love everything about Russia except they drive kinda crazy. I mean after watching a pedestrian say a quick prayer he literately walked across a pedestrian crossing without looking at all the cars. He crossed by faith because even at cross walks some cars don’t slow down. Other then that I would love to visit lol.

    • Douglas says:

      RB…Iv’e noticed that many Russians feel that life is subject to fate, bad luck and good-luck. If bad things happen, the State will take care of them. Its a strange sort of dependent child-like attitude. Others see the folly of this and take charge of their life.

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