Project by: Marta Bielewicz
Location: Warsaw, Poland
This apartment in Poland built in 1936 is just over 1000 square feet (which isn't anything to sneeze at), but feels even more spacious with its tall ceilings, fresh white walls and gorgeous wood flooring. But it's the addition of a fanciful and eclectic array furnishings and art by interior designer Marta Bielewicz that makes this fun space inspiring.
From the designer:
The idea was to leave the original windows and oak floors, keeping the vintage feeling. But also add a modern feel by using [bold] colors and strong industrial lighting.
Thanks, Marta Bielewicz!
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