Villa in Stary Zoliborz
The renovation project of the Stary Zoliborz home is a synthesis of functionality & sobriety with a characteristic Scandinavian flair. Spanning across 300 m2, the villa is a modernist pearl dating back to 1932. Once divided into two apartments, the three-storey house has reclaimed its original layout as a result of the renovation. The living room located on the first floor was embellished with original, restored rounded ceilings, chevron floors and a beautiful staircase rail. The key colors? White complemented with the shades of dark blue, brown, and beige. Furniture from Andreas Engesvik, Viggo Boesena or Fogia work perfectly well with small lighting accessories from &Tradition and Bertrand Balasa. Located on the same floor, the dining room, and the hall link aesthetically with the living room. The long table and a grooved dressing cabinet were designed by Katja Sadziak while the decorative triptych hanging in the center of the room was custom painted by Marta Kochanek and Iwona Ceglinska. In the kitchen, tall furnishings in beige & dark tinted blue tones sync with elegant tabletops carved in Statuario Corchia marble. The second floor is a designated private space – here’s where all the bedrooms & the bathroom were placed. Exuding Scandinavian minimalism, they come with a vintage twist such as the antique wooden bed from the 1930s or the Sputnik chandelier from Czechoslovakia, introducing hints of previous epochs into the interior. Unique furniture designs from Katja Sadziak and small eclectic details in the form of wallpapers and textiles finish off the space with an edgy touch.