Livin’ large in a small space

Posted on Fri, 11 Jul 2014 by KiM

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.

jane says:

what a great space!

Cussot says:

Wow, great looking bathroom – and what a nice layout with the two entrances.

JES says:

Lovely! and a great use of space– but to my New Yorker's eyes, it's huge!

Ombia says:

What a nice place! And beautiful, cozy bed and amazing floors.

oregonbird says:

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

Ružica Žganjer says:

That dining set is beautiful.

jj says:

Come on. 56m2 apartment is not small!

peggy says:

So cute! I could live there. I would paint the brick white.

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