This lovely apartment of 58 square meters is located in an old building that was built in 1954 in Warsaw, Poland. An original interior with the features of Scandinavian minimalism and design of the 60s has been created by Widawscy Studio Architektury firm. The architects decided not to touch an old wooden floor and painted it with white. It’s an integral color of Scandinavian style since it visually expands the space and creates a lot of light. The kitchen with a dining area is situated at the apartment entrance. However, in order to create a hallway, it was decided to use delicate white panels.
The colors of the kitchen and dining room origin from the design of the 60s: large orange and yellow spots are used in contrast with black and white. Floral paintings on the ceiling that were inspired by the Finnish brand Marimekko design are the main accent of this interior. These paintings stand out by its brightness, light and happiness. Besides, the architects made yellow kitchen cabinets that are decorated with black stone worktop in order to support these patterns. The original red brick wall fills the room with shine too. Artificial fruit and vegetables that are used as interior accessories support the color atmosphere. You can get to the living room and bedroom right from the kitchen. The living room is decorated with the combination of orange and soothing olive colors. The space of the room carries out functions of two different areas: a living area with the comfortable sofas and armchairs, and a workplace where the light table with a glass top fits to the main interior.
Red is the main color in the bedroom. However, in addition to white, black color combines all apartments together and creates a unique style. The bathroom and toilet were decorated with black mosaics that help the owners to relax from the color gamma of other apartment space. Also, there is a unique wooden chest of drawers with color strips under the sink in the bathroom which is another distinguish feature.
Photo: Dariusz Majgier
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