The project of the unusual apartment in the 60s style was presented by the Plasterlina studio, Warsaw, Poland. The interior design combines all the features of those years style, such as straight geometric shapes, laconic furniture design and plain decoration. Besides, numerous creative details and unusual bright ‘spots’ make the serene background of gray and beige tones attractive and original.
There are many unusual ideas demonstrated in the interior. But the chic bar, which visually separates the kitchen from the living room and is a dining table and a place for friendly hangouts, is the best designing feature here.
Also, the lightings in the living room are incredibly attractive, because each of them is a masterpiece! The space above the bar is decorated with four-lamp flowerpot, and the central ceiling lamp lights the three main areas of the studio: the kitchen, living room and work area.
There is the original bed with niches to hold books in the bedroom. The owners of the apartment fond of reading before going to sleep, but they do not like the standard bookshelves on the wall. In addition, they do not even need to get out of bed to take a necessary book. And the background for all these creative solutions is a quiet white-gray palette and colors of natural wood. It is easy, unobtrusive, and at the same time really cozy!
Photos courtesy of Plasterlina studio