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Stunning apartment in monochrome and wood

Hello and happy Monday! I do love to start the week off with a bang and I think this Polish apartment certainly does the trick! It's actually only 29 sqm but looks bigger thanks to the light colours and clever architecture. I love the plywood throughout, in a small space it's important to keep to a theme and have a consistent thread through out. What a fab space!






Photography: S.Zajaczkowski Daily Via La Maison D'Anna G & Scandinavian Retreat
I could live here, could you?!



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  1. WOw! I love this stunning apartment. It is so much charming and fascinating. I like the sitting are where sofa is placed.
    Los Angeles Interior Designer

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  2. Really style and practical apartment! I like!!

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  3. That apartment is perfection! I've always said smaller spaces are preferable to giant mansions, because every square foot has to be carefully planned and used wisely. This place does it in spades! I love that dining high-top table. Wow. xo

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  4. They were so clever with the storage for this small place!

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  5. I adore this apartment. The layout is so tricky, but they have nailed it and used every corner just perfectly!

    xx Erin

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  6. I love this apartment too. It looks bigger. :)
    Hug!

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  7. It's just wow !! Love this place again !
    By the way, thank's for your visit on my blog ^^

    See you

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  8. The plywood, black and white look fantastic together. The layour looks great in this tiny space. I could not live there long term. I need an outdoor space.

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  9. Beautifully designed small space!

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  10. Based on the pictures it's hard to believe the apartment is THAT small!

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