Continuing the 'Weird Kiev' series.
A special seat for dear guests (or for misbehaving kids?):
I love that.
And here we find a mysterious door in the kitchen wall. This was a rented appartment and I never tried opening that door.
It probably was just the beginning of a renovation of the appartment. Some old houses in Kiev have such high ceilings that some of the owners decide to make a second floor inside their appartments. Personally, I prefer high ceilings.
Great and funny insights!
I lived without a fridge once, too. We'd just hang a plastic bag out the window))
But what is most likely the case is the economy of the space. Our people often have small appartments where several persons live together. Balconies are routinely used as storages, and in this case, I suspect, the owners just went a step further and hung the unneeded piece of furniture outside their place.
Thank you, nice to read some positive feedback