Entries in Polish (45)
Marcin and Magda Konopka of Polish design firm Ministerstwo Spraw We Wnętrzach (Ministry of Interior Affairs) are back at it with another modern gem of a project. This one has a mid century modernist twist and accents in bright yellow throughout, keeping things cheerful and fun. There's my favourite tumbling block pattern tile used in a few places, and holy smokes the upholstered bed alcove is gorgeous!!
If you are stuck in the office today, my heart hurts for you as the last days of summer approaches and I plan on spending just about the entire long weekend outdoors and soak it all up. But maybe it wouldn't hurt so much if the office looked like this. The designers from mode:lina™ have faced a challenge of planning an interior project for Norwegian company Opera Software, creator of the popular web browser. The company headquarters are located in two prestigious town houses in the heart of Wroclaw - one from the beginning of the XIX century and the second from 1913. All of this started with one e-mail titled "We want the best office in the world!".
Polish interior designer Lucyna Kołodziejska has impressed me yet again with this latest project of hers that she sent me juicy photos of. Hired on by the homeowners initially to redesign their bathroom, she ended up redecorating the entire house. The result is a truly elegant blend of classic and modern elements that flows from one room to another with a very subtle colour palette of beige and earth tones (Lucyna was inspired by coastal homes) that would ordinary have me wanting more but here it just makes all of the beautiful details stand out. And the cat has won me over too. :)
I was so inspired by the Kraków apartment by projekt i that I had to share another from their portfolio. A familiar palette of black and white is used in the public areas while a rich deep blue is the highlight of the bedroom in this stylish 50 m² apartment near the Wawalem Castle.