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A cosy, yet elegant home in Krakow

While yesterday's home was beautiful in all it's muted, monochrome glory, the deep, rich blues and emerald greens in this home in Krakow, Poland pose a more intimate, elegant feel. Designed by Odwzorowanie (which incidentally, is also a great source for the most fabulous vintage items  - just saying) - the apartment features original parquet flooring and shiny new patterned tiles which set the scene for an array of wonderful items - including art, books, textiles and lighting which combine to create a lovely, relaxed feel. What a fabulous space?!















Photography: Patrycja Stef, shared with kind permission.

Could you imagine living here?

I love so many things about the space but my eye's particularly drawn to the cosy living room and the wallpaper in the hallway (I'd love to know where it's from - give me a shout if you know!)  - how about you?

Here's a quick guide on how to achieve this look: sitting room -source a similar kilim cushion / pillow here, banana fiber ALSEDA pouf, seagrass belly basket, I love this hanging chair. Kitchen / dining room - Eames chairs. Bedroom - sinnerlig pendant light, Globe Mobile.

I was thinking that this Polish home is an all time first here on My Scandinavian Home - but a quick check in the archives and I found this beautiful white home of a designer  - also located just across the Baltic sea!

Have a lovely day!



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  1. The rug looks like one that Westelm sells.
    https://www.westelm.com/products/distressed-arabesque-wool-rug-midnight-t1762/?pkey=cpersian-style-rugs

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    1. Ah yes! Well spotted! I'll try to update the post. Thank you!

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  2. Completely in love with this one - everything about it is just perfect. I've been um-ing and ah-ing about painting a dark green wall in my bedroom. I think this has sealed the deal....!

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  3. Wow, this is a very inspiring place. I especially love the kitchen. Colours, materials, textures, it all matches wonderfully together.

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    1. It's so cleverly put together, I agree!

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  4. I love how it gives off this feeling of lightness. The black and white geometric tiles are so beautiful, especially with that green wall. Thanks for sharing such a lovely space.

    Fariha | http://blog.farihawajid.com

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  5. Oh my god! This house is sooo dreamy! xx

    www.serenbird.com

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