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Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw

Interiors Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw

Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw A bold arrangement of an apartment in the heart of Warsaw with a beautiful view of the Palace of Culture – one of the most emblematic buildings in Poland. Spacious living room with dining area and kitchen in the fiery red color. Kitchen separated from the dining room with a glass wall. In the kitchen, hanging between two poles worktop. Suspended under the top oven. The dining room folding table made by Stylhen and design classics: Egg chairs and Panton chairs.

Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw

 

Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw

Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw The living room’s 3D TV wall individually designed by HOLA. In the middle, between the two sofas in the intensive color, coffee table by Stylhen. Bathroom located in the middle of the living room with a glass wall and view of the Palace of Culture.

Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw

 

Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw Bathroom hanging and curves walls – the idea of the owner. Chaise lounge next to the bathroom – Diamond by Stylhen. Bedroom separated from the living area with double sliding doors designed by HOLA design. The bedroom with a hidden entrance to the dressing room. Bedroom in a completely different style from the rest of the apartment.

Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw

Hola Design | Apartment in Warsaw Elements of glamor style, rich, golden upholstery and elegant black counterbalance the daily white space filled with an accent of vibrant colors.

Location:  Warsaw, Poland
Architect: Hola Design | Monika and Adam Bronikowski

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