Moscow is a city of eminent writers. The Mikhail Bulgakov’s Museum is located in an apartment that once belonged to the author known from the novel Master and Margarita. The museum is a renovated former communal flat, with a long corridor and unique rooms, each with its own story. The kitchen reflects the typical living conditions of the Soviet era, including items such as kerosene-tank stoves, pans and other tin and copper kitchen utensils. The working cabinet of writer consists of a table with lamp, over which hangs a bookshelf with an endless row of books that catches the eye. The blue wall color became the embodiment of a long-standing dream of Bulgakov, as he desired to have a blue room which he believed would be a perfect place to work.