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Ewelina's latest spaces from Poland

 It has been a few years since Polish interior designer Ewelina Makosa shared some of her designs with us (here) so I was stoked to receive an email from her over the holidays. It seems she is still making waves over in the Polish design scene (or perhaps lack thereof) and beautifying spaces with elegance and class. How I love this little kitchen. ALOT. (Is that a black sink?!?!) A second project of Ewelina's is after the jump.

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Rough and sleek, old and new, neutral and black. Walls softened by fabric and mezzanine of OSB. Even a false door. Big on style and small in square metres. 29sqm by Polish architects 3XA.

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Minimal by Tamizo Architects

I'll keep my prose at a minimum to match this house by Polish Tamizo Architects. Couldn't live it but oh how I love it.

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Lucyna goes glam

Polish interior designer Lucyna Kołodziejska typically creates spaces that are modern and graphic (we have featured her work several times), but this time she has gone in a completely different direction. This apartment is about about class and glamour. Lots of silver and mirrored shine makes this space sparkle, and all of the black is grounding and oh so hot. This might be my favourite creation of Lucyna's yet. 

P.S. I have to say that I am still reeling from the terrifying events that occurred here in Ottawa yesterday, just a couple of blocks from where I was working. My thoughts go out to everyone affected, especially those who knew Cpl. Nathan Cirillo who was shot and killed while guarding the War Memorial. Stupid and senseless.  

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Livin' large in a small space

I am loving this little 56m2 apartment in Warsaw, Poland - the work of Klara Wesol of KW Studio. It is located on the 4th floor of a modernist building built in the 30's and was reconfigured and totally renovated. Gorgeous herringbone-style whitewashed oak floors, an exposed brick wall (plasterwork and several layers of paint have been removed) and decorated with vintage Polish posters and bits from all over the globe - Moroccan carpets and pillows, Iranian seat cushions, Argentinean kilims and Georgian soumaks.

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