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.
Wow, great looking bathroom – and what a nice layout with the two entrances.
Lovely! and a great use of space– but to my New Yorker's eyes, it's huge!
What a nice place! And beautiful, cozy bed and amazing floors.
That dining set has to go, it has to go far, far away! However, I really do hope that taller coffee tables become A Thing, that set-up looks great. Interesting choice of tile in the bathroom, austere in every possible way.
The perfect apartment inspo
That dining set is beautiful.
Come on. 56m2 apartment is not small!
So cute! I could live there. I would paint the brick white.
what a great space!