The interior solutions are coordinated with the location.

In cooperation with the Eek & Mutso architectural office, Kätlin Ölluk and Lilian Esing from Aeris have proposed interior finishing materials that are suitable for Magdaleena’s environment.




Magdaleena kodu elutuba

The interior decoration was inspired by the following keywords

A secret with greenery. A cozy five-star suburb. A story about the life of a former city dweller. Layers where the old and new merge into an exciting dialogue. The aged house enters the present. Picturesque spacial fragments. Pastels on old walls. When you move in, you can experience this poetry with your own eyes.




Vintage but in modern style

The interior architecture solutions are a combination of new and old, even historical details and materials. The result is a unique home that preserves the old and complements it with the new. We have introduced calmer options as well as bold and colourful ones.

Canvas in soft tones

The interior of the Baron’s hous, or Magdalena 4/2 detached house, is dominated by soft, broken tones, which create a peaceful canvas for the future owner to play with his interior design ideas. The focus is on the limestone-covered wall between the kitchen-dining room and the living room, which remains a reminder of the building’s historic appearance. For the floors, a wide plank oak parquet and ceramic tiles have been chosen, which complement the “stone” theme of this home.

The homes are being completed

The layouts and finishes of the Magdaleena 4 homes have already been chosen by Liven’s interior architect. You are left with the best part – decorating the home.



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Pärle Raud

Sales Manager
Real Estate Broker (189393)

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Pärle Raud

Sales Manager
Real Estate Broker (189393)

Pärle has been involved in real estate sales since 1997. During this time she has successfully sold hundreds of apartments.What Pärle enjoys most is being on the road – literally and figuratively. She is always up for a walk in nature, a motorbike ride exploring the big, wide world or studying something new. This keeps her senses keen and her mind fresh: as the saying goes, a rolling stone gathers no moss.

Pärle studied at the Tartu Teacher’s Seminar to become a music teacher, as well as theory of culture at the Estonian Humanitarian Institute and editing and reviewing of Estonian language at Tallinn University. She edits, reviews and publishes books as a hobby. Her extensive experience in real estate dates back to 1997, when she spent 11 years at Pindi Kinnisvara as a residential property broker and instructor to other brokers. For the next six years she dealt with sales of Skanska real estate projects. She still puts her heart and soul into this work, since she likes people as much as she does books.