AW Design Studio Presents a Private House Project in Poland ⇒ Interior Design Blogs brings you an article about a project submitted to the Covet International Awards, a design contest that’s still open for entries (until the 15th of December of 2018). We present you a project by AW Design Studio, a Polish Interior Design Studio led by Anna Wiatkowska. The project is a two-story private residence, which AW Design Studio and Miss Wiaktowska designed for a young family, who love the classic elegance mixed with a modern style. The house is located in the South of Poland. The size of the designs space (first floor) is 200 sqm. The investment budget was about 200.000 Euro. The goal of Wiaktowska’s concept for this project was to create a comfortable space that reflects a cosmopolitan view of the world, using techniques adapted from the classics.
The space includes noble brushed and glossy marble like Nero Marquina and Carrara, glossy brass with openwork metal accent combined with magnificent ash parquet in a warm shade, creating functionality in a living environment, which becomes a backdrop for furniture, lights, and accessories like the Convex Mirror by Eichholtz.
Miss Wiatkowska included in this design space some bespoke pieces made by the designer herself, namely the console in Art Deco style with brushed marble Emperador Dark and covered by oak veneer, but also a lamp which resembles the shape of triangular icicles that shrouds warm light.
The kitchen has a huge island with long worktop which refers to the rest of the materials, namely to the large tiles by Calacatta.
The master bedroom connects with a functional wardrobe for him and her. The space has some carpets by the Belgian-American brand Epic Carpets, and the walls have a wallpaper with a marked fabric structure.
The house possesses two bathrooms. The smallest one has brushed Black Parado combined with Macic Brown marble. The Master bathroom is decorated by some Emperador Dark marble, with the artificial light being provided by a gold lamp from Eichholtz.
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This post was originally from Best Interior Designers.