Combining stucco molding, brick and bright colors in one space is a fresh and very original choice. This is exactly what makes the design of this apartment in Poland. Fireplace, parquet, boiserie panels and ceiling rosettes – this is an unquestionable reference to the classics, but it was decided to dilute the spaces with elements of loft style, bright furniture and non-standard accessories. Classic ceilings were decorated with black luminaries in an industrial style, guitars were placed next to the stucco on the walls, and the bath tube with legs has a stripe print. It is unlikely that there is another such a home in the world, as this project is completely unique!
Even on 38 sqm it is possible to create a modern, stylish, and most importantly functional interior, and this Polish apartment successfully proves it. This cool small home has a kitchenette, a dining room, a living room and a full bedroom. The design of the rooms was inspired by mid-century style with the addition of modern furniture and decor pieces. In addition, the color scheme is fresh and hip, with turquoise, white and gray making a great combination. Enjoy!
Today we have a very unusual modern villa in Poland. Its area totals 120 sqm, but they are evenly distributed on 3 levels, forming small rooms of interesting shapes. The main feature of the architecture of the house is, of course, a large bright blue cube in the center of the building, which gives various useful functions depending on the concrete floor. Could you live in such a home?
When a young couple from Poland approached Raca Architekci studio with a request to decorate their holiday apartment on the Baltic coast in Gdansk, each of them had their own vision of an ideal home: she loves the Scandinavian style while he values warmth and coziness. Designers tried to find a compromise, creating modern and stylish interiors, but with an abundance of wood and beautiful color accents. Great project!
In this small but very functional and stylish apartment in the Polish town of Sopot, the kitchen is quite small, but for a rental purpose (the apartment is located close to the sea and was made for rent) is just perfect. But there is more than enough space for sit-downs in front of the TV, eating and having a rest, despite a modest 36 square meters of a total area. What a cool apartment!
Yellow is a great choice for a color accent, especially when the main scheme is monochrome gray and white, as in this home in Poland. Along with color, here the mood is set by geometric shapes (tiles, prints on pillows, graphic furniture) as well. In addition, there are a lot of wood here, even stored firewood, not to mention wooden floor and furniture. You would not find ultra modern design solutions or colorful decor here, but everything is done with a soul and love: many books, flowers and coziness. Great home!
If you like to stay in rental apartments rather than in hotels while traveling and if you are a fan of Scandinavian style, then you’ll love this small but lovely rental flat t in the Polish city of Lodz. The rooms here are completely white, only the sofa and the old stove in the living room dilutes the sterile whiteness. As it is a rental apartment, the layout is smart and functional: there are a separate bedroom and a small kitchen despite the total area of only 35 sqm. Such an airy home!
In this awesome modern apartment in Poland there are no curtains, actually, they are not needed when the space is filled with such amount of light and the windows offer excellent views over the city. It’s a home for a young family with a dog, so the interior has a lot of bright and interesting elements, and as a whole, there is an atmosphere of youth and fun. The color scheme is very simple but pleasant: white, gray, light brown plus some turquoise accent. We just love this interesting wall that is made of wooden cubes. There is also a beautiful shell in the form of a paper boat and a lot of plants. Such a cool modern home!
We used to see such kind of interiors in the majestic old buildings rather in Paris or Madrid, but Polish capital, after all, has some gorgeous historic architecture too. The owner of this apartment, a young collector made a good effort for his dream to come true: months of searches, then several years of reconstruction and only recently he was able to move into the desired house. Designers from Mood Works studio had to remove several layers of paint and coatings from the walls and ceiling before the space could reveal all of its original beauty. This is a wonderful home!
There are interiors that are full of sunlight which make you happy. This bright modern apartment of 90 sqm in Poland is just this kind of home. Perhaps, it’s mainly because of yellow accents in the decor, but not only: white color, bright tiles in the kitchen, large windows also contribute. But this home, in addition, is also very stylishly decorated. Great work by Widawscy Studio!