One-family House in Warsaw
The latest project of a large residential house in Warsaw derives inspiration from design classics. Equipped with custom-made furniture by ID Studio, the interiors feature a rich variety of styles and references.
The kitchen was crafted from oak and quartzite complemented with elegant details in warm brown. Glass cabinet in a wine-red frame acts as a display for dining accessories while &Tradition table & chairs add a sleek-sophisticated touch to the interior. Overlooking the living room, the kitchen opens up for the multitude of small decor details such a the Trapeze chandelier from Apparatus & a Cassina coffee table originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright - all alongside carefully selected art pieces.
The study rooms takes cues from the 60s Scandinavian aesthetic where cane and oak cabinets are accompanied with a custom-made desk & a library. Overlooking a large window, this bespoke interior appears cosy yet contemporary.
Journeying down to the thoughtfully-designed bathrooms, each follows a slightly different color code. The master one features custom carpentry, infinity quartz surfaces and a washbasin in a light beige shade from Catalano. The smaller toilet was imagined as a private space for the daughter and comes with pigeon blue and rusty red finishings, warmed up with beige tiles laid out from floor to ceiling. Small accessories such as wall scones from DWC Editions and modern nickel faucets from Vado create a cohesive, smooth flow between the spaces.