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Sophisticated apartment with a contemporary interior and views to the park

Located in Warsaw, Poland, this beautiful apartment offers splendid views over one of the main parks of the city. But the location is not the only great feature that defines the apartment. The interior design is also impressive. It was a project by HOLA Design and it’s a very interesting combination of influences.

The apartment feels like an inviting family home and this is due to the interior décor. It’s both sophisticated and simple at the same time. The clients had few but clear requests. They wanted the apartment to feel like a cozy home but to also be stylish. They wanted it to be pleasant for both children and adults, to include rooms specially designed for the children but to also have a cohesive look.

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Managing to obtain a cohesive and uniform décor when there were so many variables wasn’t easy. Separating the room without making them feel small and without losing the cohesion and continuity of the décor was challenging for the designers. Then there were other challenges to take into consideration such as using the materials that the clients preferred and which were not commonly used in interior décor.

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As for the colors and materials, the clients made it clear that they didn’t want their home to be white and dull. They liked nature and wanted it to become a theme and a part of their home’s interior décor. They also preferred a range of high-quality materials such as stone and wood and didn’t want marble, travertine, granite or exotic wood.

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In an effort to respect the clients’ requests and preferences for a unique décor and without dull features, the designers made each wall unique. There are no simple walls in the apartment except for the ones behind curtains. The overall result was a sophisticated apartment with a modern décor and a functional design.