The owner of the house, which was built oven, was a great lover of ancient Slavic pagan culture and keen collector, so he wanted to brick oven in the Vladimir-Suzdal style, with replicas of historical tiles of the XVII century.
In the interior of the baths used a lot of carved wooden items and vintage decor because the tiles were made with a small amount of transparent glaze in the recesses of the relief, so that the tile retains its natural terracotta color, and underlined the tree in the interior.
Two sides of the furnace have moulded panels hand-made by our artists-sculptors. The furnace part tiled with white enamel simulating lime wash is a traditional Russian stove.
In addition, the friezes of the furnace is lined with copies of ancient Vladimir-Suzdal tiles, framed with raised corners and cornices, round columns and "carved" borders, stylistically supporting wooden elements in the room.