A modern apartment in Poland with a warm interior and an earthy color palette

This apartment is located in Warsaw, Poland and it’s particularly inviting. It’s modern and this is not actually one of the main characteristics featured by interior designs from this category. In this case, the apartment seems very warm and cozy. There are several reasons for that.The apartment was designed by Nasciturus Design. What’s beautiful about it is that it’s warm and yet it’s luxurious. It manages to do that through the colors.

The designer chose a color palette that includes earthy shades. For example, the main color used for the décor is brown. It was introduced through the wooden floors, always a simple way of adding a warm touch to a room. The furniture was also chosen in similar colors. The living area is very well balanced in terms of color. It has brown wooden floors, a light grey rug, a black, glossy coffee table and a long, L-shapes sofa with soft textures and puffy cushions.

The master bedroom is very stylish. It features a white and brown combination, a platform bed and a chic chandelier. The walls are white and so are the curtains. The contrast is strong and the effect is similar to the one created by the black and white mix. In this case, however, the result is a warm, cozy and still elegant décor and a very pleasant atmosphere.

Published by in Apartments, on September 19th, 2012


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