Clear and lucid spaces probably we will never get bored of, and that's because in such spaces it's just nice to be. This time, an extremely subtle interior arrangement in the Scandinavian style was prepared by the Czajkowski Kuźniak Architekci studio.
Architect: Czajkowski Kuźniak Architekci
Location: Katowice, Poland
Area: 57 sq.m.
Photography: Tomasz Zakrzewski
From the architect: The flat is located in Katowice, in a new multi-family housing. On the surface of 57 m2, the designers have fitted everything you need to make the flat functional, yet aesthetic and spacious. See what pleasure the Katowice lab prepared for us for the senses.
Wood and white - perfect combination. Although some say that the combination of white and light wood is already provided, the designers from the studio of Czajkowski Kuźniak. Architects prove that certain solutions are timeless. The interior of the Katowice apartment is filled with bright, natural colors, complemented by gray palette and graphite.
The rooms are full of light and air, which makes staying in them a pure pleasure. An additional advantage is the open plan of the living area, which combines the functions of the kitchen, dining room and living room. This is where the wooden partition was introduced, which subtly splashes the space, thus separating the kitchen area from the living room.
The dominant element of the room is a dark, graphite sofa placed on the background of a wall decorated with a scaled-up wallpaper. Delicate, sketchy drawing of flowers is a nice variety to the space. In this part, practical partitioning has gained a wooden low shelf, which can also serve as a seat. The geometrized wooden composition corresponds well with simple equipment shapes and emerging black and white patterns.
The single-row kitchen building is built of simple cabinets with white and wooden finishes. The space above the work top is decorated with a mosaic of honey-shaped tiles. This motif is also continued on the kitchen floor, where gray hexagonal tiles combine with natural wood floorboards. Kitchen furniture corresponds well with the monolithic block of a wooden cabinet appearing in the entrance area.
The subtle style is also continued in the next rooms of the flat. In the bedroom the main element is a large bed, decorated with natural, gray fabrics and pillows with a floral pattern. There, too, there was a place for simple buildings with white fronts. A slightly darker color was proposed in the bathroom interior, where individual walls were finished with deep graphite. The floor is decorated with patchwork tiles with a white and graphite pattern. A simple bathroom fitting fits perfectly with the simple and minimalist design prevailing in the room and the whole apartment.
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