We all got used to seeing Nordic homes: black, grey and white, with natural and rustic touches, they show how to live in a minimalist way but without sacrificing beauty. But today’s apartment is none of these: done in pastels, it has some quirky touches. This 55 square meter apartment is located in Warsaw and decorated with a Scandinavian vibe by Polish interior designer Iza Olszewska.
The kitchen features pastel colors, graphic tiles and mismatched chairs. The cabinets are serenity blue with contrasting warm wood countertops; a turquoise fridge finishes the look. A simple wooden table with mismatching chairs make the kitchen livelier and warmer. But what makes the whole kitchen stand out is graphic tiles! They bring a modern feel to the kitchen and highlight pale blue furniture.
The dining zone flows into a modern Nordic living room, which is done in blue, grey and white. Glass doors hide the entrance to the bedroom. Look at this whitewashed pallet bed, wow! The bedroom is white and blue, and a lit up headboard is the focal point of the room. the built-in wardrobe is hidden behind rustic-styled doors.
The bathroom just takes your breath away, if the previous rooms haven’t done it yet! It features mosaic floors, subway tiles on the walls, antlers and a bathtub of a unique shape, which is really a statement. The countertop is mint, gold and fresh greenery touches look very harmonious together.
The apartment has soft and peaceful pastel look with some whimsy touches: antlers in the bathroom, graphic tiles in the kitchen and a lighted headboard in the Nordic bedroom.