Combine vintage style with japanese

07 of June '23

How to combine Vintage style with Japandi? This challenge was taken up by architect Agnieszka Musiał-Chmielnik, working with the Geberit brand. The Wroclaw implementation focuses primarily on combining disparate elements into one vivid whole. That's why the Wroclaw interior for the couple combined minimalist japanese style with hints of vintage style. How was this achieved?

The investors dreamed of a space in a vintage climate, where their favorite furniture - armchairs, a table and a table from the 1960s - would find their place. Their wish was also a Japanese-style bookcase, which would expose books and souvenirs collected over the years, says architect Agnieszka Musiał-Chmielnik.

salon

living room

Photo: Piotr Kunc

living area

In the living area, the characteristic armchairs and table, almost pulled out from the 1960s, are the main eye-catchers. The same is true of the gray sofa. An important element of the interior is also a characteristic bookcase, where we can find souvenirs or books important to the owners. It is difficult to pass indifferently by the interesting forms of lampshades.

salon

living room

photo: Piotr Kunc

kitchen

How was the kitchen separated from the living area? With the help of a stylish kitchen island. The lower part of the kitchen was made of wood, while the countertops and upper development use pure white. An interesting solution here is the use of small tiles, which create a harmonious calm in the kitchen space.

kuchnia z charakterystyczną białą mozaiką

The kitchen with a distinctive white mosaic

Photo: Piotr Kunc

bathroom

In the bathroom, it was decided to use an interesting combination of elements reminiscent of wood with interesting, rhythmically distributed accents on gray tiles, which do not cause disharmony. It's a space that creates a friendly calm atmosphere. A place where you can relax peacefully after work.

kuchnia i jadalna

kitchen and dining room

photo: Piotr Kunc

combining japanese with vintage

The tranquil character of the development is the result of an unusual yet cohesive fusion of vintage and japandi styles. The vintage elements are mainly visible in the furniture used, while japandi interestingly manifests itself before calming the interior with colors and wood.

salon

living room

Photo credit: Piotr Kunc

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