This is a modern and minimalist 90 square meter apartment located in Warsaw, Poland. Designed by Minimal Studio Architects, this sophisticated home is characterized by the presence of neutral tones such as white, brown and gray and black. Under the influence of the popular Scandinavian style; It is characterized by using white walls and wooden furniture, always prioritizing functionality and comfort.
The living room has a dark brown “L” sofa, next to a modern contemporary fireplace. Multiple shelves and storage spaces keep the room as uncluttered as possible.
The dining room is open and shares an atmosphere with the kitchen and living room, it is made up of a simple white table with straight lines and a modern black lamp.
The kitchen has an island next to the dining room and several cabinets with glossy lacquer finishes; likewise, the worktop, the sink and the extractor hood are perfectly white.
This is the hallway area, which includes a large glossy white cabinet to the right. While the rest of the area includes wallpaper with thin vertical lines in various light shades of coffee and a large long table with two side table lamps that complement the decoration concept.
This apartment has an office. Black accents can be seen on glossy furniture, cushions, and some accent pieces.
To add a touch of color, a painting by Piet Mondrian has been placed. Primary colors and straight lines go perfectly with this decor.
The minimalist room simply consists of a dais, two small bedside tables, and a closet with blackout doors. On the head of the bed we see that the wallpaper is used similar to that of the hallway area, in such a way that all spaces are unified and harmonized.
The bathroom is almost entirely clad in light wood, in addition, two sinks have been installed and the lighting in this area next to the mirror is simply beautiful.