Gabriela Radwanowska of the Miśkiewicz Design studio was responsible for coordinating the project. The owners came to the meeting with ready-made inspirations, they had their assumptions, which they stuck to until the end, but they largely trusted the designer, which allowed them to achieve the dream effect. The natural colors and materials that were used in the interiors are timeless and will not be overdone despite the passing years. This was precisely the concept of Creating a space that is timeless and elegant.
Bedroom with a touch of exoticism
Awinding, ribbon-like staircase leads to the private part of the house. The wall near the stairs is covered with fluted wallpaper, which gently goes to the first floor, also finishing the door to the study.
The bedroom is dominated by a bed, which the owners brought back from their previous apartment. The exotic wood from which it is made introduces a cozy atmosphere. The room also has room for a desk, an armchair, a metal bookcase and an antique wooden stool, which the owners have a great deal of fondness for. All closets and storage space were found in the dressing room, through which one passes to the hosts' bathroom. On the first floor there are also children's rooms and their bathroom.
Bedroom with a bed of exotic wood
Photo by Lukasz Zandecki
Bathroom in three versions
There are as many as three bathrooms in the house, and each of them is different. The largest one, intended for the owners, was decorated in a delicate French style. Thus, it perfectly blends with the dressing room. White cabinet fronts decorated with subtle frames harmonize with the rectangular panneau on the walls. The combination of white and soft beige brings freshness to the interior.
The owners' bathroom
Photo by Lukasz Zandecki
The children's bathroom is modern and subdued. The combination of simple white and gray tiles creates an ascetic space. The first floor bathroom, on the other hand, refers to the natural materials of the house's surroundings. The combination of stone and wood introduces an original raw yet warm atmosphere. The washbasin, made of stone, blends beautifully with the thick wooden countertop. The multitude of shades of tiles on the floor creates an interesting contrast with the uniform color of the walls.
Bathroom on the first floor and t intended for children
Photo: Lukasz Zandecki
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