The D58 House was designed by Widawscy Studio Architektury and is located in Mikolów, Poland. The recently completed project shows a house defined by elegance, simple contrasts and exquisitely chosen accessories.
An open floor plan combines a spacious kitchen, a dining area and a glamorous living space. A white sofa is complemented by black and patterned pillows as well as by the stylish Phipps end table.By blending all these elements in the same context the balance becomes just right.
The sofa is facing a black wall with a fireplace extension. The TV is almost unnoticeable given the background. Throughout the house there’s always the same trio of colors: white, black and American walnut which here come together beautifully.You can also see the interesting set of stairs in the background. A sculptural design which, again, features the same walnut accents as the rest of the house.
The ground floor has access to a small terrace. The glass doors with wooden frames are placed at the center so the living space, dining area and the kitchen can have access to the outdoors.
As you’ve probably noticed, the floor plan is divided into two. One half is the designated living space which the other includes the kitchen and dining spaces. The Baxton bar stools with their futuristic design are the perfect accessories for the minimalist kitchen island. The stainless steel hood is also meant to stand out with its simple, tube-shaped design.An abstract painting faces the white dining space. A glamorous chandelier hovers above the table, emphasizing the elegance of the décor.
The first floor is where the bedrooms are located. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with glass walls in between the spaces and offers the same simple but harmonious combination of colors. Views of the forest visible through the large windows highlight the feeling of spaciousness.
A long, white curtain covers a portion of the wall, white the other half is covered with the same walnut wood that was used for the rest of the accent features.
The bathroom features the tub at one end and the shower at the other. In between, large mirrors and a long vanity with a solid wood countertop and a classic white chair.
The home gym is the only room of the house where colors were really used. A striped wall makes the space feel full of energy.
The gym has its own bathroom, with a glass wall separating two different areas so the light can get in and a mirrored wall featuring the most unique pattern. The floating sink and toilet make room feel spacious.
At the other end of the room is the shower, a black cube-shaped space with a glass partition and a mosaic wall.