I‘m praising a designer work, as professionalism is rather felt.
The further the better I become convinced that interiors created in Poland are similar to the ones created in Lithuania. I always find similarities and am always trying to guess if that’s the work of Lithuanians or Polish this time:)
This 38 sq.m apartment interior is exclusive in its solid range of colors. I‘m praising a designer work, as professionalism is rather felt. The colors of all rooms are perfectly combined, the same forms recur (in this case a circle). A cold blue-green colour is combined with grey, white and black.
I have to admit that the flat looks really bigger than its area really is. Pay attention to the fact what newcomers often forget. If you put a ceiling lamp close to cabinets or wardrobes and you make doors until the ceiling it‘s possible that you cannot open the door until the end, as the illuminator will disturb. In this case, as we see in this interior, the doors are made to such a distance which would be completely suitable to open the doors and above next to the ceiling the doors are imitated.
I like the idea that circle pendant lamps recur in all rooms, and verticals in a hall and in a bedroom on the layout of bathroom tiles. A metal motiv is also seen everywhere – on the shelves as well as on the coffee tables, dining table and chair legs. I‘m also astonished by the fact that the floor and furniture wood perfectly fit.
Even though the interior itself is really cold in a sense of colours it looks really cozy. Why? Plants and textile create coziness in a whole flat. The picture hanging in a guestroom obviously completely fulfilled emptiness. Probably consciously chosen rather open shelves where lovely details and interior accessories are exhbited. In a bedroom some vividness is brought choosing the wallpapers having plant motives.
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